Tag: drunk driving
See the latest government data based visualization of drunk driving fatalities in the United States. The picture is not a pretty one but towards the end of this infographic made by Macgregor & Collins, LLP are some steps that can be taken to reduce drunk driving fatalities.
One in five teens ages 16–19 who had fatal car accidents in 2010 were under the influence of alcohol. Fortunately, there are fewer teens drinking and driving now than in recent years. The following infographic from Total DUI looks at some surrent statistics regarding teens and drunk driving.
In December 2010, alcohol-related car accidents caused an average of 25 deaths per day, accounting for 30% of all motor vehicle accidents that month. New Year’s Day has been found to be the deadliest day of the year for drunk driving deaths. In this infographic from Total DUI, you’ll learn how to avoid a DUI arrest this season.
You know what Field Sobriety Tests are. Some people may even think they can beat them while impaired. What’s the standard? What is the officer looking for during a DUI field sobriety test? Do the tests even work? Total DUI takes a look in the following infographic.
People have tried some pretty funny things to get out of a DUI charge. In this humorous infographic from The Law Office of Elliot Savitz, learn the the do’s and don’ts of DUI charges.
When speaking about negligence accidents resulting in a mild or severe personal injuries, motor-vehicle road incidents hold a relatively big share in the United States. The following infographic by 855-WIN-THE-CASE reveals official statistical data showing that one third of them are caused by driving under the influence of alcohol, which is a quite a shocking number even for a country with millions of commuters daily.
Although the US state traffic codes are strict and many detoxicated drivers have had their licences suspended by the DUI, more than 50% of them still continue driving illegally on a daily basis. According to NHSTA, alcohol-impaired driving of automobiles, buses, trucks or motorcycles is mainly due to the high percentage of daily consumption of beer in the USA.
This infographic has 20 very sobering DUI statistics that hopefully will make you think twice before driving under the influence. Remember, in some states if you are pulled over for a DUI and blow less than .08% BAC, you could still be arrested and convicted of a DUI if the officer believes that your ability to drive safely has been impaired by alcohol. For the safety of others and yourself, the smart choice is always not to drink and drive.
So what is the real cost of a DUI? What’s involved in the DUI process once you’ve been arrested? This helpful infographic from Massachusetts Criminal Defense.net offers a nice visual look into the anatomy of a DUI. So if you’re drinking don’t drive, if you’re driving don’t drink.
Drunk driving is a serious problem that causes thousands of deaths each year, not too mention untold financial, physical and emotional challenges. This infographic from Parker McDonald Law outlines just some of the tragic results of drunk driving accidents, and the effects on victims.