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Drunk-Driving Simulation Suit

Beer goggles and drunk leg and arm weights – this “drunk-suit” simulates what it feels like to be drunk while you are sober.

Ford has teamed up with scientific engineers to create this drunk-suit to teach teens what it feels like to drive drunk. Over one million teens have already been trained with this suit and the training is completely free.

At least 28 people a day die from alcohol related car accidents. Ford hopes to make a difference and lower that number by showing people, especially teens, how impaired you actually are when you drive under the influence of alcohol.

Recently, there was a drunk-driving accident in New Orleans, LA, where 28 people were injured after being run down by the impaired driver.

NBC news recently tested out the suit. One of NBC’s broadcasters performed field sobriety tests and drove on a special course while wearing the suit to see just how dangerous it is to drive under the influence of alcohol. Watch the video here.

If you find yourself in trouble with the law because of an alcohol-related incident, call our office at 601-948-4444, we can help you.  You will receive a free consultation to discuss your options. Additionally, check out our attorneys Victor Carmody, Kevin Stewart, and Lance Mixon at http://www.mississippidui.com, at avvo.com, at superlawyers.com and at martindale.com.

About Victor Carmody

Victor Carmody
I am the owner and managing partner of Victor W.Carmody Jr.P.A. My practice has taken me into all 82 counties of this state and most of the cities. I have also been priviledged to have represented clients in 15 other states. And as founding regent of The National College of DUI Defense I have relationships with almost 1000 DUI attorneys around the country, and I keep constant contact to share ideas and techniques to better assist in and out-of-state clients. I have always enjoyed helping people with their DUI problems.

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