Alcohol Fights Back

Dont Drink And Drive

Who Gets Blamed???

It doesn't matter if you are sober and your taking a drunk guy home, if your driving it could be your fault. If there is anyone drunk in the car it would be the drives fault if there was an accident and someone got hurt. If the driver is drunk its even worse and more dangerous on the road. Don't drink and drive and if taking a drunk home make sure to be very careful because you never know, a car could be heading your way.


-Alcohol use remains extremely widespread among today’s teenagers. Nearly three quarters of students (72%) have consumed alcohol (more than just a few sips) by the end of high school, and more than a third (37%) have done so by eighth grade.

Alcohol is consumed by teens more the most at partys without adult supervition

DUI's are given to students that are Drunk under the influence

Concequences for teenagers drunk drivers

Punishments for teenagers that are found guilty of a DUI vary by state, but are generally harsher for first time offenders than are punishments given to adult first time offenders. This is because minors face penalties for both underage drinking and for driving under the influence. If the minor's blood alcohol content (BAC) is anywhere from 0.05 – 0.07 percent and above, they can be charged with underage DUI and an adult DUI, which can increase the penalties further.