Police caught Drunk Cab driver by the help of a Bike Rider…

Police caught Drunk Cab driver by the help of a Bike Rider…

The rider published a video in youtube and says…

In This video there is a OLA Cab number was HR 55 AA 2179, Who was Drunk and Driving. I made sure he does not harm any one .. Do watch entire video .. Share Like and Do subscribe to me if not .. Make this Viral so that we can Stop others from Doing such things and This video will teach what we should do in such case .. Do not fight with them instead let Cops know about this .. You can Dial in 100 also in such cases…

This is not a solitary incident which brings into question the safety and security of taxis run by cab aggregators.

Despite legal initiatives and public education campaigns, drunk driving remains a serious problem in our country.  Alcohol impairs your motor skills, meaning you won’t be as good of a driver drunk as you are sober. For example, visual acuity is reduced by 32 percent when you are drunk, and peripheral vision is affected as well, according to the University of Texas at San Antonio. Distance and depth perception are also affected, and people who are drunk also do not hear as precisely as when they are sober.

Reaction Time and Judgment

Alcohol acts as a depressant on the central nervous system. Because of this, it can significantly impair your judgment and reaction time—a bad combination when you are behind the wheel. In fact, people who have been drinking can respond between 15 percent and 25 percent slower than when they have not been drinking, according to the University of Texas at San Antonio. This slowed reaction time is often the cause of drunken driving accidents. Judgment is also quickly affected by alcohol. Even a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.02 percent can impair a person’s judgment.

If the above reasons are not enough to think twice before driving after having a few drinks, ask yourself if you will be able to live with the guilt if someone is injured or killed because of your reckless actions. Of the 11,773 alcohol-related traffic deaths in 2008, 216 were innocent children who were 14 or younger, according to the CDC. Every day, innocent people have their lives destroyed by people who decided they were OK to drive when in fact they were not. Keep that in mind next time you decide to get behind the wheel.

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