According to the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), alcohol-related driving fatalities have decreased by 37% in the last 30 years. While that’s good news, you still have a 1 in 6 chance of being … Read More »
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New Mandatory DWI Laws in New Jersey to Take Effect By January 1, 2020 – S824
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation in August 2019 that expands the use of ignition interlock devices (IIDs) after a driving while intoxicated (DWI) conviction. Specifically, the law expands the ignition interlock device requirement … Read More »
I Want My Child To Be Safe When They Leave For College, Can I Put An Ignition Interlock Device On Their Vehicle?
We all want to protect our children. That parental instinct doesn’t go away when they go to college. In fact, it may become stronger because they will be out on their own, without the watchful … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics in Vermont
Vermont may be a small state, but it still has its share of drunk driving. As with the rest of the states, Vermont law defines drunk driving as driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics in Iowa
Drunk driving statistics in Iowa show that impaired driving continues to be a real problem, but one that is decreasing. According to the latest Traffic Safety Facts from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA). … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics In Maryland
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) drunk driving statistics in Maryland show that Maryland has far fewer drunk driving deaths per 100,000 people than the majority of states across the country. The number of … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics In Minnesota
Drunk driving is a persistent problem for Minnesotans. According to the Office of Traffic Safety Impaired Driving Facts Report for 2017, one out of every 7 licensed drivers in Minnesota has one or more DWIs. … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics In Connecticut
According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2017, Connecticut had the highest percentage of drunk driving fatalities of all 50 states Not a statistic to be proud of, by any means. Let’s … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics in Tennessee
According to the latest Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security; TITAN Division; report on known-alcohol related traffic crashes, drunk driving crashes are seeing a steady decrease. The latest report covers the years from 2009 … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics in Michigan
The state of Michigan keeps track of all sorts of drunk driving statistics in the annual Drunk Driving Audit. The same audit keeps track of drugged driving statistics as well. The audits includes how many … Read More »