Being stopped for the suspicion of drunk driving is a difficult situation. One point that you might not be prepared for is that your vehicle might be impounded due to the traffic stop. When your vehicle is impounded, you will have more costs associated with the DUI.
Evening bonfires and other summer fun is upon us. This is a time when friends and family members can come together to enjoy the lovely weather. The one thing that you don't want is to end your fun on a sour note when you are arrested for drunk driving.
Many people don't think about the consequences they are facing if they are caught driving drunk. Some people might think that they can handle their alcohol and fail to make suitable plans for getting home after a night of partying. This can prove to be a life-altering situation, but it isn't the only one that might lead to drunk driving charges.
A recent study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine. It cites Kentucky as having the third highest binge-drinking rate in the country. It's estimated that the average binge drinker annually consumes 652 drinks per person.
It is never a good idea to drink and drive, but there are some days when it is an even worse idea than normal. This weekend falls into the worse category because of the Super Bowl on Sunday. There is a good chance that police officers will be watching drivers even more closely than normal because of the parties that usually occur for the game.
The holiday season is here, which means that adults are probably going to have invitations to office Christmas parties and other festive occasions. If you are planning on attending any of these, you need to properly prepare so that you don't have to face the decision about whether you are sober enough to drive or not. Typically, it is best to plan for a ride home than it is to face a drunk driving charge.
If you are planning on heading out to the local pubs or other parties for football, basketball or the holiday festivities, you need to make sure that you have transportation back home if you plan on drinking a few. There are some instances in which you might not be able to plan in advance. We understand that things happen that you can't control, such as a designated driver backing out or even inadvertently having one sip of alcohol.
Young adults who are 18 to 25 years old have the distinction of being the age group most likely to drive after drinking or doing drugs. The likelihood of this happening goes down for people who are 26 or older. The shocking facts about drugged driving don't stop there.
Fall is here and that means that Halloween parties are just around the corner. Football season is also here, which means that you might be heading to parties for upcoming games. In all of these cases, you need to make sure that you aren't drinking if you have to drive home. A drunk driving arrest is something that is certainly going to ruin the good time that you are having.
The end of the summer is almost here. With Labor Day just around the corner, people are going to be taking advantage of the long weekend to party. If this is one of the things that you are planning, make sure that you are taking the time to plan for transportation if you are going to drink alcohol.