As New Year's Eve approaches, let's take a look at the data.
Miko bites, suspect told trooper
For better or worse, transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber and Lyft have transformed how people get around in urban areas in the U.S. The worse portion comes mostly from Uber's near-constant controversy and the way TNCs have decimated the livelihood of taxi and limo drivers — and even driven some to suicide. The better part is they give people a better and cheaper option than taxis. Now there's evidence that TNCs are putting a dent in drunk driving, thanks to people using Uber
If you've never seen the road with the eyes of a drunk driver, the better. However, this dashcam video released by Sussex Police in the UK shows you what it looks like to be barreling down the road significantly over the legal limit. Take this as an instructional video, then.
0.08 limit is no biggie for a serious drinker, he actually argues in court
It isn't replacing jail time or fines, but its an interesting idea.
Restaurateurs and ski operators objected.
Justice is no laughing matter.
A Texan who had a little too much to drink in Austin last week got behind the wheel of his eye-wateringly expensive Ferrari and promptly drove it off a cliff and into a ravine.
A police officer in Suffolk County, New York is being hailed for his heroism this week after leaping through the open window of a moving vehicle to save a toddler's life.
Video was recently released by the Minnesota State Patrol showing a trooper arresting an incredibly drunk Wal-Mart truck driver on Highway 10 back in July.
Sleepiness can be deadly.
And we thought Canadians were nice.
It's not just your imagination playing tricks on you.
A couple from Elyria, OH, are in jail today after driving drunk, crashing their car, and then blaming the whole thing on an imaginary black man.