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I Introduction AIf you dont drink and drive you are safe right Wrong What if the person that swerves over the yellow line and hits you is drunk Approximately 37 of alcoholic accidents are caused by repeat offenders They shouldnt have so many chances and to prevent this I believe the penalties for drunk driving should be more effective There are some ideas to do so like lowering BACs zero tolerance booze it and lose it and ALR II Body AHere are some sobering statistics about drunk driving 1A drunk driver kills someone every 30 minutes 2A drunk driver injures someone every 2 minutes 3On weekends between 100 and 600 am 1 in 7 drivers is drunk 4You have a 2 and 5 chance of being involved in a drunk driving accident 5Why have we let alcohol wreck so many lives BDrunk driving accidents are rated as one of the leading causes of death between the ages of 16-23 Why let it continue CThirty-two states have set the BAC at 10 although 16 states have lowered it to 08 Just the 02 that it is lowered by makes a big difference By doing this it has a 10 reduction in alcohol crashes deaths and injury With just these 16 states participating will lower 500 or 600 fatalities per year DZero tolerance is a law making immediate suspension of the license of any driver under 21 with any measurable amount of alcohol in their system This has lowered drunk driving fatalities by one fifth EAnother idea to reduce drunk driving is the right to revoke a license if a driver fails a blood-alcohol test This also reduces the number of fatalities FNorth Carolinas booze it and lose it which includes all of the ideas present Which the effects have sky rocketed III You might not think that these laws are going to make a big enough difference to take the time to
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