[Video] Drunk Driving: What Looks Funny At Times Is Not Funny At All For You, Your Friends And Others

The Logical Indian

October 22nd, 2016

On an average, one person dies every hour due to drunken driving accidents in India.

What looks funny at some point of time might turn dangerous for you, your friends, and others. There are times when people inside the car are lucky enough, but other pedestrians, two-wheeler riders are not, even when they are not at fault.

Many times, we don’t know if we are in a position to drive or not. There needs to be a system in place that tells us how drunk a person is and whether we are in a position to drive or not. CEAT has come up with an initiative where you can get yourself checked and see if you can drive or not.

This initiative can ensure not only our safety but also the safety of others around us. Let this be a new beginning towards becoming a responsible citizen!
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