Federal accident investigators recommended Tuesday that states cut their threshold for drunken driving by nearly half, matching a standard that has substantially reduced highway deaths in other countries.
It's very trendy these days to compare the use of a hand held cell phone while driving to being drunk behind the wheel. A flawed study or two and everyone seems to grab it and run with it like a football after the whistle has blown.
The families of victims killed in drunken driving accidents remembered their loved ones on Wednesday at a ceremony in New Jersey that also honored law enforcement officers who made the most DWI arrests in the state last year.
There are many programs that promote safe driving among teens, but none quite like the Every 15 Minutes program that provides an extremely realistic view of what can happen from drunk driving. Their goal to create awareness that every 15 minutes someone dies as the result of an alcohol related collision.
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