DUIs have a high cost, both human and financial. In 2012, 10,322 people were killed in alcohol-related driving accidents. The economic cost of drunk driving is also staggering — an estimated $199 billion a year in the U.S.
While cities with bigger populations have higher numbers of fatal DUI crashes, smaller cities are actually the more deadly ones when per capita numbers are considered.
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