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The Dangers of Drinking and Driving
By the time a driver reaches a BAC of .06, he/she is twice as likely to be involved in a fatal crash as a non-drinking driver.
By the time a driver reaches a BAC of .08, he/she is 11 times more likely to be killed in a single-vehicle crash than a non-drinking driver.
Drivers under age 21 represent 10% of licensed drivers but are involved in 17% of alcohol- related fatal crashes.
Traffic Behaviors of Drivers Who Are Under the Influence
Travel at erratic speeds (either too fast or too slow relative to other drivers on the road).
Have trouble maintaining a steady speed.
Strike curbs or other objects while making turns.
Weave from side to side in their lane, or veer into adjacent lanes.
Ignore or overshoot traffic signs.