How do drunk drivers justify their behavior? And what can you do to protect yourself?
Have you ever been blackout drunk?
A lot of us have been at some point in our lives.
But most of us did this back in our younger years with friends and avoided getting behind the wheel.
The American Addiction Centers performed a recent survey of 600 Americans, and 36% admitted to driving while “blackout drunk.”
In other words, they had absolutely no capacity whatsoever to take in their surroundings while driving. They more than likely couldn’t even remember driving. And at best, they might remember bits and pieces the following day.
Another surprising finding was that 10% of those surveyed who had been convicted of a DUI in the past believed it was fine for them to drink and drive!
Here are the leading reasons people tell themselves they can drink and drive:
How Can You Protect Yourself from Drunk Drivers?
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