Graphic: The Science of Drunk Driving
Drunk driving is dangerous. Obviously. But this graphic lays out exactly how and why.
Everyone with half a brain knows drinking and driving is a bad idea. But if you need scientific evidence, go no further than this infographic provided by Total DUI. “The Scientific Effects of Drunk Driving” (below) illustrates exactly how and why booze impairs different parts of your body and mind, making you a hazard on the roads. Factors like age, gender and genetics are all involved. And though laws vary from state to state, 0.08 is the BAC limit across the country. Check it out! And drive safe.
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