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Grant Money to Help Combat DUI Driving in America


Back in July, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) released news about a new program aimed at dealing with drug-impaired driving in America. Starting later this year, the program courses … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Sunday DUIs


You hear the warnings from law enforcement for holiday season DUI crackdowns. Thanksgiving and Christmas, law enforcement knows you’re drinking eggnog and brandy. At New Years, law enforcement knows you’re drinking champagne. Law enforcement knows you’re drinking green beer on Saint Patrick’s Day. Guess what? Law enforcement also knows that you’ll be drinking at America’s favorite non-holiday; Super Bowl Sunday. Continue reading

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DADSS


In December, I wrote a post on Nissan’s new smart car which features DUI prevention technology for vehicles. Well, it’s not just the car manufacturers who are looking into the feasibility of this technology. Continue reading

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How Much Does Marijuana Use Impair Driving?


We’ll soon find out… at least according the federal government. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the National Institute on Drug Abuse are teaming up to conduct the first federally funded study on the effects of marijuana on driving. Continue reading

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Holiday DUI numbers at an all time low!


Despite the fact that over the holiday season I have gently alluded to the likelihood of increased law enforcement activity, and the recently formed DUI Task Force here in California, the total number of DUI arrests over the 2011 holiday … Continue reading

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