November 20, 2008

Tennessee Man Arrested for 7th DUI

According to an article in the Cookeville, Tennessee Herald-Citizen, a driver who rear-ended another car in a restaurant drive-through was charged with his seventh drunk driving offense.

People continue to drive drunk because they can. Studies have shown that ignition interlocks are an average of 64 percent effective in reducing repeat drunk driving offenses. Contact your lawmakers and urge them to support ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers.

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