In 2008 about 12,000 Americans were killed in drunk driving vehicle crashes. Over 4,000 of the total fatalities involved repeat-offender drunk drivers. Unfortunately, Alabama is one of the states that fails to adequately prevent first-time offenders from becoming repeat offenders. That can and should be remedied. Legislative bodies should pass laws that address this problem, including:
Since the legislative sessions in many states start early this year, it’s essential that governors and legislators be contacted and asked to support measures designed to eliminate drunk driving. The carnage on our highways caused by drunk drivers must stop.
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