Age a Factor in Drunk Driving Incidents

While alcohol-related vehicle accidents have declined for teenagers, the risks these driver take when drinking are still concerning. The New York Times reports that both the age of the person driving, as well as the time of day both affect the severity of a drunk-driving accident, based upon recent data analysis. Not only do drivers under the age of 26 cause more accidents as a whole, but, younger drivers can have a higher Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) than older drivers, even after consuming the same amount of alcohol. Read more here: For Young Drivers, Drinking Is More Dangerous

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