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Drunk Driving Stopping Repeat OffendersHow long must it be and how many people must die before we make the punishment for drunk driving fit the deadly serious crime that it is If America is serious about putting an end to drunk driving the first thing we must do is to stop calling it an accident When someone decides to get drunk and then get behind the wheel of a car it is anything but accidental It is a deliberate act of irresponsibility that often ends in unspeakable violence Drunk driving all too often results in a crash a casualty a tragedy It is still legally a crime even if the driver makes it home without hurting anyoneDriving is not a right it is a privilege that carries a number of responsibilities including safety for yourself and others If you violate those responsibilities you dont deserve to drive Someone is killed in an alcohol-related crash every thirty minutes on our roads During the holiday season the rate goes up alarmingly Repeat offenders the ones most likely to kill someone are let off with little or no punishment and allowed to continue drinking and driving In an effort to curtail the damage that these repeat offenders cause I propose the following solutions If youre pulled over and the breathalyzer test indicates that your blood alcohol level is over the legal limit or if you refuse to take the test your license is taken away on the spot John Gavin agrees that Since it is estimated that only one out of two thousand drunk drivers actually is arrested the key to solving this problem is convincing people not to operate a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in the first place Losing a license is a greater deterrent than paying a fine or even going to jail for a short time 67 The fact is that most people depend on the automobile If you lost your license
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