October 12, 2007, Newsletter Issue #84: Drunk Driving Statistics for Younger Drivers

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Young legal drinkers, ages 21 to 34, are responsible for more alcohol-related fatal crashes than any other age group. The existing data confirms that drivers in this age group comprises more than half of all the impaired drivers involved in alcohol related fatal crashes. Another drunk driving statistic shows that this age group has the highest average blood alcohol concentration in fatal crashes. An even more stunning drunk driving statistic for younger drivers is that in spite of all of these statistics, this age group is the least likely to change their drinking and driving habits.

*Drivers from age 21 to 34 must collectively act wiser when it comes to drinking and driving or these drunk driving statistics will only get worse over time.

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