Why you shouldn’t Drink and Drive

Why you shouldn’t Drink and Drive

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Circa 60% of drivers and pedestrians killed in road crashes were killed because the driver was influenced by alcohol or drugs, according to information provided by the Medical Research Council.

Because alcohol is a depressant, it slows down our brain and affects our responses. Drinking alcohol:

  • Slows down our reactions while driving
  • Upsets our coordination and balance
  • Impairs our hearing and blurs our vision
  • Makes us drowsy and sleepy and lose our coordination
  • Affects our judgement and reasoning
  • Makes us to take excessive risks

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