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Drinking and driving it has been proven to kill Every week of the year two jet airliners plunge from the sky and kill everyone on board If this statement was completely true than there would be a nationwide outrage led by the public the government and many other organizations to stop this atrocity Yet it would take two jets crashing every week throughout the year to be comparable too the number of people killed in automobile crashes where alcohol was involved Of the 41611 traffic fatalities in 1999 38 15786Statisitical Pamplet where alcohol-related making alcohol the leading factor in motor vehicle deaths There are a large percentage of people who consume alcohol on a regular basis This task in itself is deemed to be legal by the United States government after the age of twenty-one There have been laws stating the penalties for driving after consuming too much alcohol and attempting to drive This leaving anyone under the age of twenty-one with any intoxicating substances in their system to be dri ving under the influence DUI The alcohol impairs ones judgement reflexives nervous system and ones ability to reason effectively when over consumed When driving intoxicated it is possible to injure ones self the other drivers on the road become arrested or then there is also the chance someone may make it home only leaving them with even more confidence to do it the next time This is something that happens no matter the time of day the day of the week or even the time of year Statistically on any given weeknight between the times of 10 pm and 1 am 1 in 13 drivers has a blood alcohol content BAC of 08 or higher which is illegal Then between the hours of 1am and 6 am on weekend mornings that
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