Mother's Against Drunk Driving
The organization Mother's Against Drunk Driving (MADD)« was incorporated
on September 5, 1980 with the intent to put a stop to drunk driving. Their mission
was also to support the victims of drunk driving accidents and prevent underage
drinking. M.A.D.D. was founded by a mother whose daughter was killed by a
drunk driver. It's now the nations largest non-profit organization working to protect
families from the dangers of drunk driving and underage drinking. M.AD.D. supports
victims and survivors of drunk driving at no charge for their services.
Call 1-877-MADD-HELP. To learn more about Mother's Against
Drunk Driving go to www.madd.org or call 1-877-ASK-MADD.
It's important to note that drunk driving related injuries and death are totally preventable. It starts with the simple act of not driving if you've been drinking and educating yourself on the dangers of driving while intoxicated. Due to organizations like M.A.D.D., alcohol-related accidents have decreased dramatically in the U.S. in recent decades. But, there are still far too many drunk drivers on the road today and drunk driving remains one of the most serious national problems the U.S continues to face.
Driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) is defined as the act of driving a motor vehicle with blood levels of alcohol in excess of the legal limit. In the United States that limit is .08%. If you drink and get behind the wheel you run the risk of reckless driving, getting into an accident, killing another driver, a passenger, or even yourself, in addition to getting arrested.
If you're over the limit and get pulled over by the police, you will be arrested. You will then have a DUI charge in your name. If you're convicted of injuring or killing someone while driving under the influence you will certainly lose your license and can expect to spend time in prison. Many states in the U.S. Strictly enforce guidelines on sentencing for DUI charges and spare no leniency for this offense. So please don't drink and drive.
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