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Which Is More Dangerous, Drunk Driving or Fatigued Driving?
Which Is More Dangerous, Drunk Driving or Fatigued Driving?

There is much legal and cultural concern around drunk driving. Across the country, states have harsh DUI laws that are punishable by heavy fines and prison time. In civil law, drunk driving is a strict liability. Fatigued driving is not discussed nearly as often. You may ...

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