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Superbowl DUI’s: Substantial Spike in Drunk Driving Numbers on Superbowl Sunday
Superbowl DUI’s: Substantial Spike in Drunk Driving Numbers on Superbowl Sunday

There are a few things that are clear about drunk driving on Superbowl Sunday: There is an overall spike in DUI’s and drunk driving records, and the “winners” are typically consuming more alcohol and drunk driving more than the “losers.” The BAC percentages on Superbowl ...

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