Almost 43% of Americans Admit to Drinking and Driving According to ValuePenguin.com Survey

NEW YORK, Jan. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Although the coronavirus has diminished many people's opportunities to drink and drive, it has not stopped them completely. After a night out almost 43% of Americans admit to drinking and driving themselves home. What's more? Most people do not consider themselves "that drunk" or "too intoxicated" even after having three drinks.  

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We surveyed over 1,023 Americans to better understand their drinking and driving habits and why so many have done the deed. Here is what we learned. 

Key findings: 

View full report: Drinking and Driving Habits

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