A woman in Walker County, Georgia, was pulled over by the Georgia State Patrol. She was eventually arrested for a DUI, but she did refuse a breath test, offering some interesting insight into why this may be done.
Teens are high-risk drivers. It's just a statistical fact -- and often a tragic one. For example, for kids between 14 years old and 19 years old, nothing takes more lives than car accidents.
You're probably thinking that the easiest way to avoid an impaired driving arrest is simple: Just don't drink or use drugs before getting behind the wheel. Then you'll never be arrested. Right?
Rush hour is without a doubt the most stressful time to be on the road. Whether you're heading into the office or checking out after a long day. The last thing you want is to be stuck in stop-and-go traffic.
A police officer pulls out from a hidden road, around a bend and behind a tree, lights flashing. You were speeding, and you blew right past him.