Drivers who are intoxicated by drugs, alcohol and any other substance. Any thing that impaires their driving.
Your response time to a situation is determined by your ability to recognize a situation and in reflexes, in short a cognitive response followed by a motoric response. Decreased visibility and lessened ability to retain concentration probably account for the increased response time of impaired drivers.
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A possible reason is that, even if they are awake, their muscle reaction times are impaired and they do not reflexively tense up just before impact (i.e.: their bodies are in a 'looser' muscular state.
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It depends on how aggressive the alcohol-impaired drivers are.
who share the road with an impaired driver are at risk
There is no study on impaired driving due to the risks involved in conducting such a study. However, drivers who are impaired may be paranoid and will drive the speed limit thinking it will avoid them from getting pulled over.
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Sometimes, in the generally-futile hope that the cold air will keep them awake.
Alcohol has a serious impact on the ability to drive safely. Some of the effects of alcohol are impaired reaction times, poor judgement, impaired vision, reduced concentration, and sleepiness.
L. Mark Poudrier has written: 'Impaired drivers: an educational alternative to incarcertation'