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Driver's Education project

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Brianna Devaney

on 15 January 2013

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Driving While Intoxicated http://www.drinkinganddriving.org/ All of the information and statistics are regarding the year 2011, if not specified. Almost half of all drivers who were killed in crashes, and tested positive for drugs, also had alcohol in their system. Among persons aged 12 or older, males were more likely than females (15.1% vs. 7.9%) to drive under the influence of alcohol in the year of 2011. Driving under the influence of alcohol was associated with age in 2010. The rate for people reported driving under the influence of alcohol within that year was 5.8% among persons aged 16 or 17 years old, and 15.1% for 18 to 20 years old . For persons aged 21 to 25 the rate was highest at 23.4%. Beyond age 25, these rates showed a general decline with increasing age. By: Brianna Devaney In 2010, 211 children were killed in drunk driving crashes. Out of those 211 deaths, 131 (62%) were riding with the drunk driver. In 2010, 16% of all drivers involved in fatal crashes during the week were caused from drunk driving, compared to the 31% on weekends. http://www.thinkslogans.com/slogans/anti-alcohol-slogans/drunk-driving-slogans/



Google Images Resources You booze You cruise You lose If you are over the age of 21, and you're caught driving with a BAC (blood alcohol concentration) level higher than an 0.08, you will be charged with a DUI. Consequences for driving while intoxicated may include the following:
Fines, fees and surcharges
License suspension
Ignition interlock device
Jail time
Community service The driver is safer when the roads are dry.
The roads are safer when the driver is dry.
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