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Alcohol Is Bad by Itself. With Other Factors, It’s Awful.

Apr 18th 2020

Just about everyone understands that drinking alcohol and then driving is a bad idea. Alcohol can have many negative effects on a person’s ability to drive, including reduced reaction time, impaired concentration and coordination, drowsiness, and even diminished visual ability and night vision. But when other negative factors are added, such as inexperience, other substances, or distracted driving, the combination can be far worse than alcohol or...
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The DUI Eleven

Apr 18th 2020

When will people learn that alcohol, drugs and steering wheels don’t go well together? For the past three months, eleven people have been caught and charged for driving under the influence. Below is the list of persons charged and the respective police departments that caught them:Teenager Logan Karl Williams, aged 19, resident of Hummelstown; Williams was caught by Montoursville police on Interstate 180 last Sept. 13; He was also caught also cha...
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Places to never Drink or Smoke

Apr 18th 2020

Drinking and smoking are your legal rights as an adult. Once you're 18, nobody can stop you from consuming tobacco and alcohol legally. However, these two substances do come with their own set of rules. Passive cigarette smoke is a nuisance and health hazard for non smokers and many places don't allow you to consume alcohol on their premises because they don't want to deal with inebriated individuals. Here is a list of places and/or situations wh...
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Beer before liquor you've never been sicker myth

Apr 18th 2020

The saying goes "beer before liquor you've never been sicker, liquor then beer, you're in the clear." It means that if you drink beer and follow it up with liquor, you will get inebriated to the point of not being able to hold your food down and have an awful hangover the next day. However, if you drink liquor and then follow it up with beer, your alcohol buzz will be much more manageable and you won't be unmanageably drunk and have a less painfu...
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The Average Cost of a DUI in the United States

Apr 18th 2020

A DUI comes with a heavy share of penalties. Not only is there jail time and the shame of being labeled an irresponsible drunk driver and a menace to citizens and society, a DUI comes with a hefty price tag too. Your first DUI can cost upwards of $20,000 or more, even without property or bodily damage. The Alaska Department of Motor Vehicles estimates that the total expense of an initial DUI or DWI arrest and conviction costs the equivalent of a...
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