Tips For Preventing Drunk Driving

You’re having a party, your friends have all come, and the alcohol is abundant. It’s all in fun, but sometimes the consequences can be devastating. According to the CDC and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 9,878 people died in...

Dry Counties Challenge Texas DWI Laws

Texans believe everything is bigger in Texas and it seems that that may include hangovers. Despite Texas DWI laws, even in dry counties, (no liquor served or sold) “Driving While Intoxicated” citations make headlines. Armstrong County is plagued with drunk drivers and...

State DUI Laws and the Thin Blue Line

State DUI Laws: When the Thin Blue Line is Greyed Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) reports over 10,000 people die in the United State every year as a result of drunk driving. DrinkingAndDriving.com reports around 900,000 people are arrested every year for driving...

SCRAM vs. Drunk Driving

SCRAM: New Watchdogs for Drunk Drivers Drunk driving has become a problem of epic proportion, with alcohol-related traffic incidents stubbornly resisting government efforts to curb them. You’ve heard about MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving), SADD (Students...

OUI or Operating Under the Influence

OUI or Operating Under the Influence In France, oui means “yes” but in many places in the United States it means a heavy fine or even jail time. OUI, or “operating under the influence” is a serious charge and not to be taken lightly. Penalties...

Pop Culture’s Influence on Drinking

In a toast, fictional cartoon character and “The Simpsons” patriarch Homer Simpson gave the world one of the most famous quotes about drinking: “To alcohol, the cause of — and solution to — all life’s problems.” While this joke aligns...