Note: This article was originally posted on Liberty.me and is readable here. I am not posting this as my opinion, I simply found it interesting and am wondering what my fellow Opponauts made of this, if nothing else, thought-provoking piece.
It’s a dashcam unicorn — a video in which no vehicle gets totalled.
Here’s the evening plan: Drive to that new Italian spot, maybe a nice bottle of Nebbiolo; wheel over to your favorite cocktail joint, where the bartender makes a mean Negroni. Now everyone’s lit and happy, but the buds need a ride home. No, really, I got this. Climb aboard.
Now I know what you’re thinking, well if he’s a drunk asshole driving through a school zone report his ass to the PD and he’ll pretty much lose his driving license forever (like when my ex flipped her car over with another dude inside it - but that’s another story). It’s a bit more complicated than that though,…
Come on guys, really?
While Russia has the drinking stigma tied to them, what can be said about their roads? If I saw the road lines start to zig zag across the road and even onto the grass at one point, I would pull over thinking I definitely had way too much to drink.
AND with the Oculus Rift! It's pretty hard, who knew?
Sorry about the COTD headline, guys. I fixed it and hopefully my intentions are more clear. Again, my apologies.
As reported by The Province, an Abbotsford, British Columbia man was apprehended by local police riding down the sidewalk of a busy road on his way to buy (more) booze.
Yesterday, The National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) published a noticed titled,” National Survey of Driver Attitudes and Opinions of Advanced In-vehicle Alcohol Detection Systems.” The notice is to inform the public that NHTSA intends to survey 1,000 people across America who have a valid driver’s license on…
Sometimes the best way to drive a point home is pure, abject terror. And that's the approach Leo Burnett London used in this ad that shows a rather extreme way to discourage drinking and driving.