Impaired driving has been a major problem in United States for many years. Unfortunately, driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs is not only a problem for the impaired driver, but for anyone on the road, as well as friends and families to the drunk driver and anyone who gets in the way of an impaired driver.
Across the states, about 30 percent of all vehicle deaths are tied to impaired driving. Even if injuries and fatalities because of impaired driving have declined over the past 10 years, numbers are still high.
That is why you are likely to see questions about alcohol and drug use on your DMV test.
DMV wants you to understand that drinking and driving has severe consequences. They also want to kill myths about multivitamins and other hangover cures that help you sober up more quickly. That is why you should know that there is only one thing to do if you have been drinking!