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Drunk driving is one of the leading causes of auto accidents in the United States. According to figures released by Mothers Against Drunk Driving, approximately 20,000 people are killed each year in alcohol-related crashes in the United States. This figure represents 39% of all traffic deaths.
In fact, more than 500,000 Americans are injured annually in drunk driving accidents. In Colorado alone, approximately 300 people die each year as a result of drinking and driving according to the state’s Department of Transportation. What’s worse is that injuries and
deaths caused by drunk drivers are entirely preventable.
In 2004, the Colorado Legislature lowered the blood alcohol level for driving under the influence from .10 percent to .08 percent to reduce the number of these devastating accidents. Unfortunately, many negligent or careless individuals continue to drink and drive.