THE WAY PEOPLE VIEW DRUNK DRIVING
An excerpt comparing the USA with other countries on DUI statistics.
"When people don't view drunk driving as a bad thing, they won't stop others from doing it. They allow friends and family members to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after they have a few drinks. As a result, they contribute to the problem.
In many of the countries with low drunk driving rates, drinking and driving is not acceptable behavior. If someone witnesses you trying to drive drunk, then they will take your keys away. There's also less peer pressure to drive home drunk. In countries like the USA, some individuals fear what others will think of them if they don't drive after a few drinks. They don't want to seem uncool or uptight. To make drunk driving less of a problem, it's necessary to change the way people look at the issue."
The Noah Benardout Foundation's work towards ending DUI tragedy needs YOUR support in every way shape and form. From attending our curated musical events and committing to never DUI to spreading awareness to our younger generations through our S.A.D. (Students Against DUI) educational programming.
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