Tuesday, June 23, 2009

DUI

There are some crimes that are more worthwhile to enforce than others. Drunk driving is one of those crimes. People who drink and drive kill tens of thousands of people every year. Driving under the influence of alcohol kills about as many people as murderers kill.

By strict enforcement of drunk driving laws, we can save lives. DUI enforcement and public awareness has reduced the number of people who drink and drive. Look for the signs of DUI drivers. People doing almost anything unusual in a moving car can be a sign of DUI. A vehicle that is driving too slow, or too fast, not tracking in the lane or stopping too far back from the limit line at a stop light.

Persons who are DUI sometimes drive at night with their headlights off. They sometimes fall asleep at stop lights. DUI drivers also sometimes have one vehicle traffic collisions. They hit parked cars, they run into fire hydrants, and trees, and drive up on curbs. Look for DUI drivers, and save a life; that's what the SGT Says.

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