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Driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol is one of the most dangerous things that a human can possibly do When people drink and drive they are not only putting themselves in danger theyre also jeopardizing the lives of other road users and pedestrians At a young age I use to watch my uncle James drink and drive thinking it was completely normal Everything was ok until one day he got too drunk and lost control of the car and hit a tree Today I am still pondering on what caused people including my uncle to drink and drive Could it be pressure from your peers or going and acting wild at a party or maybe its the numerous of underage teens drinking behind the wheel After many years of watching and assuming drinking and driving was normal I have completely changed my beliefs and want everybody to realize the true effect of drunk driving It may be obvious to say but I believe peer pressure plays a major role in whether somebody will be getting behind the wheel after a few drinks I think its more important for our young drivers because most young people try to maintain a cool reputation That means they will go along with just about anything their friends will say instead of making responsible decisions For example last week my cousin BJ and some of his friends was hanging out at the club for a drink and everybody was pressured to drink if not they were called wimps and punks So its about 3am and nobody is in the right status to drive So I received a call from the club owner saying to come and pick up my cousin and his friends I rushed down there thanking god that he didnt get behind the wheel drunk with a possibility of killing everybody in the car My cousin should of been more responsible and ignored the
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