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The current BAC (blood alcohol concentration) rate seems as it is still too high for the legal limit of driving intoxicated. The BAC measures the amount of alcohol in the human blood system and tells whether or not they are over the legal limit of driving with alcohol in there system. The blood alcohol rate should be lowered; because people are still getting accidents, even thought their BAC is lower then the limit.
In 1999 an experiment was performed about driving under the influence of marijuana by the (UK House of Lords). They created a real life driving simulator of driving with cannabis in the blood system. The studies showed that the impairment in driving skills does not appear to be severe, even immediately after taking cannabis, when subjects are tested in a driving simulator. Even if the experiment should a slight difference in the driving stile that little driving difference become a fatal incident.
In the 1980s a group was formed called Madd (mothers against drunk driving). What the mothers of drunk driving are trying to do is too lower the blood alcohol rate and also motivate people not to drive under the influence. Also, Madd is trying to stop drinking in its self. By Madd trying to change the country the have bin a great success in influencing people not to drink and stop driving under the influence.
(New York Times) stated the national effort to reduce death and injuries from drunken driving has received a major boost from New York State. Gov. David Paterson signed a law that made New York among the first states to make it a felony to drive while intoxicated with a child in the vehicle. The new law also made New York one of a dozen states to require all convicted drunken drivers to use an ignition interlock device that prevents them from driving their cars if they are drunk. The successful push for harsher drunken-driving penalties followed two highly publicized crashes in which children were killed while traveling with...