ALCOHOL, DRUGS, AND DRIVING Driving a motor vehicle is a privilege. It takes skill and common sense. Alcohol or drugs or fatigue will cause your driving to suffer, and it is your responsibility to know when you are not in shape to drive. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, even medicine, or driving when you’re tired can have deadly consequences — for you, your passengers, and other motorists. Drinking and driving is not worth the risk to your life and the lives of others. Even a small amount of alcohol may affect your driving ability. If you are going to drink, let someone else drive who has not been drinking. Missouri laws are tough if you are found guilty of drinking or using drugs while driving. You may pay a fine, lose your license, and even go to jail. If you injure or kill someone because you were drinking or using drugs while driving, you may: • Spend 2 to 7 years in jail, • Pay a $5,000 fine, and/or • Lose your driver license for 5 years. When a police officer stop
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The four officers had been standing in the emergency lane of the freeway as they prepared to impound the Porsche 911 , which was being driven by 41-year-old Melbourne mortgage broker Richard Pusey. Police allege Mr Pusey was driving at 149 kilometres per hour when they made the decision to pull him over.