I've got to do a persuasive speech on drunk driving, and my teacher wants me to come up with 3 effective ways to stop the number of drunk drivers. So far I have installing ignition interlock devices, and enforcing stricter laws for first time offenders. My question is how can enforcing stricter laws for first time offenders reduce the number of drunk drivers?
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well, honestly I think it would not reduce the number of drunk drivers. The only kinda-sorta way it could is if you include a 2-year license suspension, but the whole idea is still flawed because it relies on people getting caught - the goal is to prevent people from driving drunk in the first place.
How to do this? Well, perhaps something like a 'taxi' service, except without cars, so you essentially hire someone to drive you home in your own car. Sounds expensive, though. Hmm.. Maybe if bars limited the amount of alcohol they serve to anyone without a designated driver? Hard to say...0