Did you know there are approximately 300,000 people on the road driving drunk each day in the United States, but less than 4,000 are arrested for a DUI? These numbers may seem starting but it is true. Unless a driver is acting erratically, causes and accident, or happens to be pulled over for another reason, moist can go undetected. While this doesn’t make driving drunk any less dangerous, it certainly puts the situation in perspective.
Across the country, states are lower the minimum blood alcohol levels indicating when an individual is considered driving under the influence. Most have done this under pressure from the federal government and threats to limit their funding for highway repairs.
While many may see this as an overall positive, there is a clear downside. At 0.08 bloo