Every day close to 50 people are killed in auto accidents that are caused by drunk driving. Drunk drivers cause physical injuries to people every two minutes, that's 720 people every single day that are injured by a drunk driver. If you are driving under the influence of alcohol, you are between 7 and 380 times more likely, depending on how many drinks you have had, to be involved in a fatal auto accident than someone who has not been drinking. Aside from the increased risk of being involved an auto accident, you are also at risk for legal troubles including losing your driver's license and even going to jail, whether you are in an accident or merely get pulled over for a traffic violation or even just because an officer suspects you have been drinking. Havin...g a DUI or DWI on your record can also increase your auto insurance rates. People who have been injured by or lost loved ones due to a drunk driver have the right to seek compensation. In this day and age, everyone is aware of the dangers of drinking and driving and should be held accountable for driving under the influence of alcohol since they knowingly put every other driver and passenger on the road at risk. Any auto accident that results in injury or death is a tragedy, however it seems even more tragic when it could have been avoided if the driver had not chosen to drink and drive. Thousands upon thousands of lives could be saved each year if drunk driving could be eliminated. Insurance costs would be reduced and fewer people would be handicapped as well. The pain that drunk driving causes extends well beyond those injured and killed in drunk driving accidents. The lives of the family, friends, co-workers, and acquaintances of the victims are affected as well. THIS IS JUST THE TRUTH,NIGERIA YOUTH PLEASE WE LOVE YOU AND WE WANT YOU TO STAY ALIVE,PLEASE LETS PUT A STOP TO THIS PREMATURE DEATH TOGETHER....OUR FUTURE IS IN OUR HANDS. DAGRIN BABA WE LOVE YOU BUT GOD LOVES YOU MORE........... From salako omolola NFC BLOGGER
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