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Consequences of Drunk Driving Drinking and driving is an event that takes place everyday and everywhere People chose to drink and drive for numerous reasons Sometimes people feel that they must drink to have a good time but have no intention of driving This is not always how it turns out Usually after one has drunk alcohol his or her ability to make smart decisions has been impaired So in the end they decided that they can drive This decision may not always results in getting arrested or having an accident but it is too great a risk to take Drinking and driving is a crime that has consequences that affect a person both personal and financially If one is caught in the act of drinking and driving he or she is often faced with a lot of fines These fines included court cost which can get into the hundreds and the fine for the crime itself which are very high in cost If one gets into a wreck while drinking and driving his or her insurance probably will not cover the accident which depending on the severity of the accident could cost an enormous amount of money If one were to hit another vehicle while under the influence of alcohol the driver of the other Palmer 2 vehicle could sue for a lot of money Drinking and driving is a crime that can cost one a lot of money which could be used for education or other important things It is a very bad thing to have a reputation as a person who gets in a lot trouble If one is like I am he or she does not like for people to think badly of them and getting arrested is definitely not a positive event I consider getting arrested as being one of the most humiliating and degrading events in my life I would like to go to college and become
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