Impaired Drivers Cause Collisions, Not Traffic Accidents

Dr. James T. Scott (courtesy of the author)


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Throughout the United States, more than 10,000 people die in alcohol-related collisions annually. Additionally, one-third of fatal collisions involve an impaired driver. In conjunction with the loss ...

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