Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month

Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month

Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month

Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month – In the wake of recent events Select Insurance group has initiated the “Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month” in an attempt to raise understanding about impaired driving, as well as inform our customers of the changes made over the holiday seasons by the President.

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Preventing DUIs in Holiday Seasons

Preventing DUIs in Holiday Seasons

Preventing DUIs in Holiday Seasons

Preventing DUIs in Holiday Seasons – When holiday seasons blossom, Americans eat, drink, cheer and pay visits to their families and friends. These gatherings increase the possibility of drunk driving and being arrested for DUI or, worse, getting injured. In fact, some statistics show that most alcohol-related deaths occur during the holiday times, which are supposed to be joyful and festive.

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Buying Ignition interlock, electronic system to prevent DUI

Buying Ignition interlock, electronic system to prevent DUI

Nowadays, DUI (driving under influence or driving under impairment) is a serious problem in United States. There are many car accidents occurring because some of the drivers are driving under influence of an alcohol or substance that could affect the drivers motor skills. Imagine an accident which could take many lives is happening just because a driver was having a good party before driving back home. It is really not worth it. So many states have began to formulate a plan on how to reduce the number of accidents caused by DUI or even better, to prevent any driver to drive under influence or driving under impairment.

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Kansas set to increase penalties for drunk driving

Kansas set to increase penalties for drunk driving

The penalties associated with drunk driving in Kansas are set to become steeper under legislation that appears set to go into law. If signed by Governor Brownback, the new legislation would allow those who are convicted of injuring someone in a drunk driving accident to face felony aggravated battery charges as well as drunk driving charges.

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