Topic: Drinking and driving, on or off the road, do not mix
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Drinking and Off Road Driving do not mix
Driving, anytime, anywhere, under the influence of alcohol or drugs, is dangerous to you, to your family and other passengers, and everyone else on the road. There are over FIFTEEN THOUSAND dead people in the United States yearly who could attest to this fact if they were alive today. Think about that number! That's 150,000 people that will be killed by drinking drivers in the next ten years. That's more than the entire population of most cities and towns in America.

This problem is exaggerated when driving your SUV off the road because of the need for you to have increased awareness and sensitivity to everything going on around you. Having your senses dulled by alcohol or drugs is the most stupid and one of the most deadly mistakes you can make if you take your SUV off the road. People, particularly young people, think drinking a few beers while driving along slowly on dirt roads and off road trails is OK. If you think having your judgement dulled by alcohol while driving off the road is OK, you need a mental examination. Drink in camp. Drink in your camper at night. But when you set out on the trail, give yourself the opportunity of having all of your best judgement collected by not drinking or using drugs.
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