Driving while drunk is dangerous and drivers with high blood alcohol content or concentration are at greatly increased risk of car accidents, highway injuries and vehicular deaths. In the United State, there are 25,000 people die each year of alcohol related collisions. Federal and State law could enforcement revoking your driver licenses if get drunk and driving, also, impounding your vehicles and vehicle plates. The rate of alcohol related fatalities has increased over the past decade in the United State.
In conclusion, drunk driving fatalities are more devastating because they are one hundred percent avoidable. The accident related fatalities that occurred could have been prevented in a sample way, like took a taxi or called someone drive for you. In some states drivers can be arrested for driving while impaired even if their blood alcohol concentration is lower than the legal limit, if the law enforcement officer believes he has probable cause based on the behavior and reactions of the driver. It's simply not a wise choice to get behind the wheel no matter how much you have had to drink.