According to Tennessee DUI laws, your driver’s license may be revoked for drunk driving. Draeger can get you back on the road after a DUI in Tennessee.
An ignition interlock camera may be required along with your device. Here’s what to expect so you can avoid interlock camera violation.
Many acronyms can refer to drunk driving, making the terms even more confusing. We’ll look at OWI vs DUI, and the consequences of each.
While partying on the water may seem like fun, it can turn deadly when the operator is boating under the influence (BUI). Here’s how to stay safe this summer.
If you have been convicted of a DUI in Minnesota, the court may order you to install an ignition interlock device on your vehicle. Here’s what you can expect.
If you’re not drinking, you might be hesitant to go to a party or join friends at a bar. You know you can have fun without alcohol, but you don’t want to spend the evening drinking seltzer water. We’ve compiled some delicious recipes for responsible drinking when you’re at home or out on the town.
Independence Day is perhaps one of the most enjoyable parts of summer. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the deadliest. This July 4th, we at Draeger hope you celebrate your independence in the safest way possible. Here are some 4th of July safety tips to ensure you can safely have a blast at your Fourth of […]
Despite the widespread knowledge that drunk driving is a serious danger, few people have a firm grasp of the facts about drunk driving. If you would like to have a better understanding of why driving drunk is such a huge liability, keep reading. This article offers three sobering facts on drunk driving.
The consequences of a DUI in New York are jail time, license suspension, and fines. An igntion interlock device will also be required and installed in any vehicle owned or driven by an offender. Let’s talk about what happens when you get a DUI in New York.
When you read content about drunk driving consequences online, you will see two terms bandied around—Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). What is not always clear is the actual difference between the two. Both are used to describe impaired driving. Let’s take a look at DUI vs. DWI.