Monday , February 24 2020
Home / Tag Archives: National Highway Safety Administration

Tag Archives: National Highway Safety Administration

False Advertising?

A motorist was stopped on I-80 in Berkley, California for weaving on the highway on February 24, 2019, according to USA Today.  While the driver was arrested for Driving Under the Influence of an Intoxicant (DUI/DWI), California Highway Patrol Officer Baza couldn’t help but notice the irony of the large sign on top of the vehicle.  It stated, “I should probably get a ride home” (with the word “probably” crossed out) and “Buzzed driving is drunk driving.” Interestingly, the National ... Read More »

Drugged Driving Now More Dangerous than Alcohol

The crime of Driving Under the Influence (DUI, DWI, OWI, etc.) may be committed by driving while impaired due to any intoxicant or combination of intoxicants.  These include, among other intoxicants, alcohol, prescribed medication or illegal drugs.   A 2016 study by the Governors Highway Safety Association (“GHSA”) shows a trend in fatal drug related crashes surpassing deadly accidents involving alcohol. Experts say this trend derives from states legalizing marijuana combined with the current opioid epidemic in America. According to ... Read More »