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    must do this around housing estate. usually they drive by minor rd…….. i hate drunk drivers……someone hit my car in the parking lot!please do road blocks in housing estate

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    IF THIS OFFENCE IS SO SERIOUS
    WHY HASN'T THE SADISTIC GOVERNMENT IMPOSED CANING MALES??
    THEY MANDATE BRUTALLY BEATING IMMIGRANTS AND VANDALISM BUT NOT
    SOMETHING THIS SERIOUS? VERY INCREDIBLE.

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    @CarAddictCrAzY The Maserati Driver Moron, Drunk Driving Drive Maserati With Nice Plate Number car worth 400k + Then Money All Gone becuase of Drunk Driving, Then Cannot Drive for 1years.

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    Various driver handbooks printed by the Ministry of Transportation of the province of Ontario, Canada remark, on drink-driving: "Even if your blood alcohol concentration is less than .08 [grams per 100 ml of blood, the same limit as for Singapore], you can still be charged with impaired driving under the Criminal Code." Prospective drink-drivers, wherever they are, shouldn't assume they'll get off simply because they blow under the local BAC limit.

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    Never, in my life, have I gotten into a vehicle if the person behind the wheel has smelled of alcohol. I will never knowingly get into a vehicle if the person behind its steering wheel is drunk.

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    In some countries, the police will arrest people they have caught driving under the influence of any alcohol. This includes the US, if the driver of the vehicle is under age 21, no matter how much alcohol he or she has consumed. The Canadian province of Ontario requires any driver under age 22 to drive without any alcohol in his/her system, although whether the driver is charged criminally depends on whether the person blows over 0.08 or otherwise shows enough signs of impairment.

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    A bigger question is why Singapore's anti-drink-driving laws, when death or injury results, aren't as tough as those of Canada, whose Criminal Code allows judges to impose life sentences on drink drivers who kill. A Crimewatch Singapore episode, on a hit-and-run driver, shows he got just 6 months for a drink-driving hit-and-run incident that killed a motorbike passenger. In Canada, the driver would probably have gotten more than that. As judge, I would've imposed 15 years on the car driver.

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    Drink-drivers are a menace around the world. It's too bad that prison sentences for those who injure or kill others whilst drunk or on drugs, are, in far too many cases, inadequate. Encouragingly, a provincial appeals court in Canada upheld a drink-driving-causing-death prison sentence of 12 years, even though the driver claimed the sentence hadn't been fit for the crime. Alas for him, he failed in his appeal. He deserved no less than 12 years' imprisonment.

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    David W, if you are so concerned with drunk driving fatalities you surely don't like speeding fatalities or cell phone fatalities either. Distracted driving/drowsy driving kills far more people than drunk driving.

    Why do we not impose criminal laws on negligent offenders of these CRIMES similar to DUI laws?

    2 wrongs don't make a right… But why do idiots like you only care about one?

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    Distracted driving is also a serious problem. France, Singapore and all Canadian provinces are just some jurisdictions whose legislatures passed laws illegalizing the use of handheld mobile phones whilst driving. I welcome what those governments have done. Even one traffic fatality, no matter what the cause, is one too many.

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