With over 221 million licensed drivers on the road in the U.S., enforcing road safety is more imperative than ever. However, after much research, we found that drinking alcohol doesn’t stop millions from getting behind the wheel. But, what exactly are the facts and statistics behind drunk driving accidents?

And an even better question — why do people continue to break the law by driving under the influence when they know it’s not only irresponsible, but dangerous? Not only do drunk drivers put themselves and others in danger, but drivers must remember that car insurance rates increase after accidents and other irresponsible driving behaviors.

The CDC’s task force, the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), consistently surveys the American public about whether they have driven under the influence of too much alcohol in the last 30 days. The latest report…

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