Drunk Driving Online Poll – Take the DUI Survey!

By Garth O'Brien | October 9, 2007 
Filed Under Announcements

Drunk Driving PollBlogs are all about opinions and generally the opinions of the blog owner. Well I want to know your opinions about drunk driving. There are only 10 quick questions about drunk driving, and anyone in the world can complete the simple online survey.

We will be providing a link to the survey results in the coming week, so bookmark the blog to view the results. To enter the DUI survey click on the picture to the right or the link below. I look forward to reading the results!

>>>> Start the Drunk Driving Online Poll

DUI Blog Comments

3 Responses to “Drunk Driving Online Poll – Take the DUI Survey!”

  1. Sandra Rhone on October 11th, 2007 5:07 pm

    ..just came across this website!Thank You!

    I lost my son June 2,2007 in Bellingham due to a reckless drunk driver..He was charged with Vehicular Homicide & Hit and Run..he is now serving his time.

    I’m trying to find a way a voice…where my pain and loss can help others…what would you suggest would be an effective way…? ..your suggestions and comments would be greatly appreciated.

    For Steven’s Story go to
    http://www.bellinghamherald.com

    or komo4news.com
    SEARCH: RHONE

    Thank You …Sandra Rhone

  2. ejes on November 4th, 2007 1:05 pm

    The DUI Survey is poor at best.

    It even suggests that all vehicles should have a breathalyser installed. This is insane, and a direct violation of our freedoms.
    I understand the reasoning behind it, however, we all must be vigilant of those who would like to remove our freedoms… and I for one, will not tolerate it.

  3. Garth O'Brien on November 4th, 2007 1:15 pm

    Ejes,

    Freedoms and rights? Who in the United States has a right to drive? Driving is a regulated privilege and not a legal right. The privilege to drive is regulated by a state agency. In Washington State the Department of Licensing governs the privilege.

    If driving was actually a “right” I would agree in fighting against imposing restrictions and limitations. However, driving is not a legal right.