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New AAA study heightens concern over stoned motorists.

Marijuana impairment is difficult to measure, making lawmaking tricky.

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A lawyer in Central Russia recently went above and beyond the call of duty for his client when he destroyed evidence in a DUI case by eating it.

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The sober minds at Ford turned to goggles, flashing lights, and vibrating gloves.

Ford's Drugged Driving Suit roughly simulates some of the effects of marijuana, LSD, and cocaine. We drove around a cone course with the suit on, and it went about as well as you'd expect.

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A father in Croatia's quick thinking may have saved the life of his child after he pushed the stroller out of the way of a drunk driver over the weekend.

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New York is considering a bill that would allow police to carry a textalyzer, a device that detects if a driver was using their phone before a crash.

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A built-in alcohol detector makes it easier to verify driver condition.

Ignition locks that incorporate an alcohol detector are being developed around the world, to combat drunk driving. Honda and Hitachi have fitted the breathalyzer inside an automobile smart key to make testing more convenient.

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State court strikes down law that criminalized refusal, but US Supreme Court will likely decide issue.

A Kansas law that allowed authorities to charge motorists who refused breath or blood tests during drunk-driving investigations with additional crimes has been found unconstitutional.

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A Los Angeles man made a startling confession on camera on the morning of February 23.

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Two men in West Virginia helped put a repeat drunk driver behind bars after they refused to let him leave the scene of a crash he caused.

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"I'm an adrenaline junkie," says Tennessean stoner.

A Tennessee man is under arrest after leading police on a high-speed chase through central Texas. But it's the interview that is worth your attention.

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Parents in Wisconsin are involved in a court case because they allegedly used their 9-year-old daughter as a designated driver.

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Latest Statistics Show A 9.3-Percent Increase In Fatalities On American Roads

Traffic fatalities continue to rise at their fastest pace in decades, according to the latest federal data available.

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A police officer in Pennsylvania is being hailed as a hero after he rescued a man and baby from a burning car earlier this week.

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Alcohol-Related Traffic Deaths And Pedestrian Fatalities Historically Spike On January 1

New Year's Day might be a great day to stay home. It's annually one of the deadliest days on American roads.

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Safety Advocates Trying To Thwart Drunks Before Start Of Holiday Season

Forget the new Star Wars movie. The Force awakening today might be law enforcement. Federal officials announced a renewed attempt Thursday to crack down on drunk drivers throughout the holiday season.

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A man in Winnipeg spends his weekends reporting on drunk drivers as a way to process the grief of losing his son in a DUI crash.

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A district attorney in California announced Friday that an officer involved in a seemingly senseless shooting won't be charged with a crime.

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A police station in Florida released footage of a reckless drunk driver spilling out of his car unable to stand last weekend as a warning to other drivers.

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Early Projections Show 8.1-Percent Increase in Fatalities In First Half Of 2015

In some respects, there's never been a safer time to ride in a car. The number of vehicle occupants killed in traffic accidents dipped to 21,022 in 2014, according to the federal agency that tracks the numbers. It's the lowest total since record-keeping began in 1975.

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A New Jersey woman made a fake 911 call last week to distract police so she could drive home drunk from a bar.

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An on-duty New Jersey state trooper accused of driving drunk had a blood-alcohol level twice the legal limit when he crashed into another car at a rest stop on the Garden State Parkway last month, police records show.

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