Drinking and Driving Can Be Fatal and an Act of Felony
There is no other action, which is of equal danger to the victim and the perpetrator with the same degree of damage than drinking and driving. With this action, a driver can pose the biggest threat of fatality and accident to an unsuspecting bystander as well as for their own lives. Each year there is an alarmingly high rate of accidents and fatalities reported because of drunk driving. There is a specified legal limit of alcohol levels in the bloodstream, with which an individual can be allowed to drive. Beyond that, there is a natural lack of control and awareness needed to handle the vehicle’s movement. It is strictly prohibited by the law, which makes it an act of felony or a punishable offence.
One of the basic impediments of Drinking and driving is the extreme contradiction present in these tasks. In case of driving, one needs to be alert as well as fully capable of coordinating between the various controls and functionalities of a vehicle. In this experience and age also plays an important part; there is a greater tendency of reckless driving stunts tried by youngsters under the influence of driving. There are also instances of drunk driving without the occurrence of fatalities and accidents; in these cases, a driver may have developed alcohol tolerance and has been in a routine for a certain period.
Across all countries of the world, there is a law against Drunk driving. Even if a person has not caused an accident or a crash various laws if detected in this condition of alcohol consumption by road traffic authorities will punish them. There are checking and inspections often conducted at traffic routes to ensure safety regulations. During such checks if an individual is caught drinking and driving they will be subjected to various legal restrictions and even a confiscation of the driver’s license for this irresponsible behavior.
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