In Japan, drunk driving is forbidden strictly. We still remember a sad accident occured six years ago at Fukuoka city.
That is, a car was bumped from behind by a drunk driver's car on a bridge. In the being bumped car, a father drove and a mother with her three children got in, they were pusshed off the cold and dark sea. So in order to help her children, the mother went to underwater again and again. But she didn't do her purpose, finally her little children were dead. They were only each 4,3,1years old. Incidentally, the drunker was arrested, of course. His two friends who took in his car at that time also were arrested, because the friends had known the driver drunk.
After the accident, a crackdown on drunk driving has been stricter.
By the way, there is a famous traffic safety slogan in my country. That is "飲んだら乗るな、飲むなら乗るな" (If you drunk, don't drive. If you will drink, you will not drive too.) Recently, one sentence added. That is "乗る人には飲ませるな" (If there would be someone who have to drive, you have not to serve alcohol for him.)
Even an owner of a restaurant or a bar is arrested. If he would serve some alcohol to the guest who would drive after that.
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I love to watching America's cinema or TV drama. But I wonder if drunk driving admitted in the U.S. Because I often see a scene in some movies or dramas which a man or a woman difinately drives a car after they drunk. In Japan, drunk driving is forbidden strictly. We still remember a sad accident