For several years, state traffic safety offices and law enforcement have focused on preventing alcohol-related car accidents, from educational programs for high school students to DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols. Such efforts, for the most part, have proven successful, with drunken driving fatalities decreasing by 14.4 percent from 924 in 2009 to 791 in 2010…. Read More
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