Prevent Drunk Driving

SerVaas, Cory
March 1986
Saturday Evening Post;Mar86, Vol. 258 Issue 2, p110
Provides tips on how to prevent drunk driving. Breath test to see if the driver was still in the legal limit to drive.


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