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25 / M / USA
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Posted 3/30/15
Have u ever been charged with a DUI/DWI? Or arrested for anything? If so, how'd u handle it?
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20 / M / California
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Posted 3/30/15
No. Just don't do it. Too dangerous since you're asking to be killed. [A little exaggerated but it's true.]

I've driven while sleep deprived. Nearly killed myself but since it was early in the morning, the freeway I was driving on was pretty empty so I didn't hit anyone.
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28 / M / Seattle
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Naw, except underage drinking and shoplifting when I was a kid. Don't know how I'd handle it, especially if I lost my license. My car is my life line, couldn't get to work without it.

Good luck bro =/
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31 / F / USA
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Never have gotten a DWI/DUI, when there were plenty of chances that I could have when I was younger. Now I just realized how stupid I was back then and could have gotten myself or someone else hurt. Now I generally tend to stay away from alcohol unless I'm with friends and only drink a little then.
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I wasn't arrested before but I've been pulled over a few times. Only got a ticket once and the other times, the cops just let me off.

I used to drive often after drinking. Granted, I was always careful to go speed limit or below and I always focus on the road but it's quite a risky thing to do so I don't do it anymore.
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Nope... A few of my old buddies did.... Cost them THOUSANDS of $$$$....

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27 / M / TX
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Glad to say no if I drink I make sure I have a ride or stay home. I seen so many drivers get pass over for jobs when they have a dui from when they were young. Trust me that follows you pretty much all your life especially if you have a cdl.
Posted 3/30/15
Nope I always tend to drink around the bars close to my place if I do at all anymore.
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24 / M / 風の山
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Posted 3/30/15 , edited 3/30/15
na, i got someone in another vehicle to take the heat for me though.
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26 / M / Socal
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Posted 3/31/15 , edited 3/31/15
nope.
Just comply with the officer and know your rights.

I hate it when people are inattentive when driving, putting on make up? Shaving? Eating? Texting? Talking on phone?
People who drive under the influence, go kill yourselves first, before you harm someone else.
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Posted 3/31/15
Nope and I would never since I lost a good friend to a drunk driver.
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Posted 3/31/15
nope, only 1 speeding ticket that I just went to traffic school for and it disappeared.

as someone who is involved in the hiring process here where I work...we have a new policy where we take into consideration your driving record. we have terminated people because they had DUI's on their records. some employers look at that and they consider it a serious offense, it shows that you were irresponsible.

I don't normally drink, and if I do I make sure I'm sober or I have a ride home. but most of the time I'm my bf's designated driver.
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21 / M / Canada eh
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Posted 3/31/15
No. I'm responsible as fuck. Never drink and drive, it's simple. YET people still do it smfh.
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22 / M / Fraxinus
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I rarely drink and I don't have a licence, so...

I don't think I ever would, though. I just don't see the point in taking the risk.
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21 / F / Southern US
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Posted 3/31/15
I don't drink or use any other intoxicating substances. When I drive, I am very careful and attentive.

My mom used to drive drunk with me in the car when I was really young, though. Generally, when she got pulled over, she would follow these steps:
1) Swear excessively until the cop starts approaching the car
2) Burst into tears the moment the officer begins to speak
3) Make some incoherent excuse revolving around her young children in the car

She got let off every time, to my surprise. Cops in that area, at that time, must have been very lenient...
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