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A Designated Driver drives you and your vehicle home, whenever you are unable to drive safely, A vehicle arrives with two drivers and one drives you home in your car while the other one follows behind

What does drinking do to your driving?
Alcohol influences your driving even if it’s ingested in small quantities. Unlike food, alcohol doesn’t digest but gets absorbed in the bloodstream from the small intestine, and less rapidly from the stomach and colon. The blood carries the alcohol to all important organs, such as liver, heart, brain – which coordinates all our activities, including those involved in drinking. That’s why it’s always better to avoid driving after drinking, otherwise you can experience the following effects of alcohol:

Your perception abilities are affected; you are less likely to observe traffic signs, bikers, pedestrians or cars coming from the opposite side;
You have less control on your reactions in traffic situations; your eyes are slower and they remain focused more time on the same object;
Your space perspective narrows; you tend to focus more straightforward and don’t look to right or left;
Your reaction time increases and your reflexes diminish; it takes you more time to respond fast and adapt to the traffic stimuli;
You will find it more difficult to drive in a straight line;
You are less able to judge distances and speed;
You may have a tendency to be overconfident and put yourself in danger.
You are an experienced driver and you have been driving several times while impaired and nothing bad has happened. Probably that makes you think nothing bad will ever happen. You are wrong. Just take a look to the following possible consequences and maybe it will convince you not do step in you car after a glass wine. A drunk driver can cause terrible accidents such as:

Killing someone else
Losing your own life
Criminal records
Living with guilt that you caused harm or an accident can lead to depression
Legal costs
Increased insurance costs