The Strictest and Most Lenient States on DUI

Drunk driving was the cause of 31 percent of motor vehicle fatalities in 2014.

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NHTSA Shows Prototype Car That is Impossible to Drive While Drunk

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in partnership with an industry consortium has revealed a prototype vehicle fitted with the latest in anti-drunk driving technology.

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Technology Stopping Drunk Drivers Could Save 59K Lives

Devices that prevent drunk driving could save tens of thousands of lives.

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Peak Drinking Age of Men is 25: Study

A recent study has shown the peak age that a man drinks alcohol.

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Moving Violations Could Quadruple Your Insurance Costs

A new study indicates that the average insurance rates can quadruple after a moving violation, depending on where you live.

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Students Asked to Admit Drunk Driving for Scholarship

Colorado students are getting an unusual opportunity to receive a college scholarship this spring.

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Cars That Detect Drunk Driving in the Works

Federal safety regulators are hoping for technology that will allow vehicles to detect drunk drivers.

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Teens More Likely to DUI After Riding With Drunk Driver

Setting a bad example for teen drivers has severe consequences.

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Teens in Survey Have Loose Definition of 'Sober' Driving

Most teenage drivers know about dangerous behaviors behind the wheel, and yet many still admit to partaking in them.

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Automakers, Government Invest in Alcohol Detection Tech

The federal government and 15 automakers have announced a deal to extend research on advanced alcohol detection technology.

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NTSB Recommends Stricter Rules for Drunk Driving

According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), lowering the legal limit on drinking and driving could save hundreds of lives each year.

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One in Four Teens Admit to Driving Under the Influence: Study

Almost 25 percent of teen drivers in a study released today admitted to driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

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Drinking While Driving Isn't Illegal in All States

Undoubtedly driving while under the influence is illegal in all states, but oddly enough, not every state has a law that prohibits drinking while driving.

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Most Drunk Crashes Involve Twice the Legal BAC

Drunk driving is wrong, but the latest information from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration could be taken to suggest that having a few drinks before driving might not be harmful from a statistical standpoint. 

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Washington D.C. Getting Stricter Drunk Driving Laws

Drunk drivers in Washington D.C. can expect stiffer penalties starting tomorrow when the Comprehensive Impaired Driving Act of 2012 takes effect.

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