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AHS Leaders For Change🍁

Turn your sound up!! 🍁🍁🍁This is our principal Mr. Cal’s interview on Leaders for Change! We wanted to do a safe driving campaign because of all of the car accidents outside of our school. Mr. Cal discusses Leaders for Change’s profound impact on Adams students! #drinkinganddriving

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Lococapone714. Agua_yo


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Eric Johnson Insurance

Eric Johnson Insurance Services

A ticket for negligent driving isn’t the end of your days on the road! Contact Eric Johnson Insurance to discuss an SR22 insurance policy! (253) 273-7064 / (916) 918-5045 #DrinkingAndDriving


Stopped at a fous distillery on the island, gin tasting at 10 #drinkinganddriving

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I'm Informed

"Dude I've just had like 4 drinks I feel fine" . . "I drive better when I'm actually" . . "I've done this a number of times and nothing has ever happened to me" . . These are some things have been told to me in the past which roughly translates to "you're lucky you and others are alive" in my head. . . Anyways, Section 185 of the Motor Vehicles Act regards driving under the influence a criminal offence in India. As per the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 driving by a en person or by a person under the influence of drugs is punishable for the first offence with imprisonment for a term of upto six months and/or with fine which may extend to two thousand rupees. Second or subsequent offence, if committed within three years of similar offence is punishable with imprisonment for a term of upto two years and/or with fine of three thousand rupees. . . The DRUGS that are specified by the Central Government include - Cocaine & Cannabis, Morphine, LSD, Diazepam . . Breathalysers sometimes have the same nozzle used by the police to test everyone. This can be unhygienic and lead to a lot of diseases. The easiest thing you can do is ask them to change the nozzle (if there is any) or refuse to take the test. In which case you will have to be taken to a hospital or a police station where within 2 hours you need to be subjected to a test by a medical practitioner. This doesn't mean after your test you'll be released!! You need to get one within 2 hours and then after the results will you be allowed to leave. . . Driving under the influence of drugs is worse because it's harder to detect the signs for the same. But if you're caught you may get into greater trouble under other laws as well for consuming the same. . . I just wonder, what if you're caught by an honest policeman one day? . . anddriving

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