In the last 30 years road casualties caused by drink driving have fallen dramatically, but in 2012, there were still 230 deaths due to drink driving -- 13% of all road fatalities. By drinking and driving, you risk your life, those of your passengers and others on the road.
The difference of a few miles per hour can mean the difference between life and death. The faster someone is driving, the less time they have to stop if something unexpected happens. If you kill someone while speeding, you will have to live with the long-term emotional consequences.
The law requiring all drivers to wear their seatbelts came in to force 30 years ago on 31 January 1983. In a crash you're twice as likely to die if you don't wear a seatbelt. THINK! Always wear a seatbelt.