All Press Releases for December 17, 2017

If Santa was in a Fatal Crash on Christmas Eve, there is a 60% Chance of No Test for DUI. Testing for DUI is Incomplete and Declining. 30,969 of 51,914 Fatal Crash Drivers Not Tested in 2016

A 11.5% decline in testing of fatal crash drivers in 10 years, with less than 1/2 of drivers with usable tests for 3 key crash factors, Age, Sex, & Time of Day, invalidates the DOT estimate of DUI. 40% of Male & Night fatal drivers were DUI.



"Mandatory DUI testing of all fatal crash drivers should be a National priority so that we can really determine the DUI level of the No.1 fatal crash factor." Al Crancer, Researcher

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA, December 17, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- 76% of Not Fatal Drivers had no usable test for DUI, and 57% of Male and Night fatal crash drivers were NOT tested for DUI. This is important since Male and Night drivers are more likely to be DUI. The 2016 known percentage of DUI for Male & Night drivers tested was 40% compared to the NHTSA estimate of fatal crash drivers DUI at 28%.

For full report: https://1drv.ms/w/s!AjjZm2xHCfr4gfhKOaucQPZYlWFFRQ

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Moraga, CA
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