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Reaching Zero Campaign – Is it Realistic? [POLL]

Jim was discussing this new campaign by the NTSB called “Reaching Zero.”   The NTSB’s goal is to get the legal limit of drunk driving reduced from .08 to .05 or lower if possible. The group’s ultimate goal is to reach a zero tolerance level to where you cannot have one single drink and be allowed to drive. But is it feasible? Is it realistic on their part?

You can read the NTSB’s full report on eliminating impaired driving by clicking HERE.

If you’ve ever wondered where the United States ranks on the list of International Blood Alcohol Limits, you can find out by clicking HERE.

The NTSB even created a “reaching zero” campaign video which you can view below.

 

 

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