A Listing about Don’t Drive While Intoxicated

DWI is an acronym that stands for “driving while intoxicated.” Driving While Intoxicated, or DWI, is one of the most common causes of car/alcohol-related deaths. What most people don’t realize is that driving while inebriated is similar to playing Russian roulette; it’s all a game of chance. You can get drunk even if you’re not an alcoholic; in fact, 80 percent of all drunk drivers aren’t alcoholics.Do you want to learn more? read the article

What you should know is that alcoholics typically have a higher tolerance for alcohol, so it takes them more drinks to reach the.08 percent blood alcohol content threshold, whereas non-alcoholics can get drunk after only one or two beers. Did you know that one of the most common reasons people drink is to commemorate a special occasion or a significant life event? This is one of the reasons why alcohol is involved in more than 55 percent of all driving-related accidents that occur during the holidays. Consider that number for a moment; wouldn’t it ruin your holiday if someone you care about was involved in an accident because they were inebriated? This is a harsh reality to be aware of because, at some point in their lives, over 32% of all people will be involved in an alcohol-related car accident. Remember that number because it represents one out of every three people. Did you know that people between the ages of 18 and 20 account for over 11 percent of all drunk driving? This is a staggering number, especially considering that these people are under the legal drinking age. What most people don’t realize is that you don’t have to have alcohol in a margarita or any other adult beverage; you can get them without it and they taste just as good. This isn’t just something fun for kids to try; it’s also a great thing to do as an adult.