D’oh! You spilled your drink on someone. Party foul! But that drink can be replaced. You can’t. If you were tipsy enough to spill that drink, your driving is probably going to be impaired. Will you get home safe? Your call.Spin Now
You didn’t want to wait for a sober ride home and you crashed your car. Thankfully you didn’t injure anyone else, but now you’re spending the night in jail and about to be responsible for a litany of fines, fees and legal hassles. Oh, and you’ll need a new car. But no rush on that—you won’t have a driver’s license for quite a while.
You attempted to drive yourself home and landed in jail—because buzzed driving is drunk driving. You couldn’t make bail, so you didn’t make it to work the next morning and you got the ax. Now you’re stuck with up to $17K in fines and fees and no way to pay them :(
You and your friends decide to take a rideshare, so no one is left out of the fun. Everyone gets home safely, without injury or a DWI, although you may have annoyed your driver with your loud (and not totally in tune) singing on the way home.
You hoped you were sober enough to drive home, but you were dead wrong. You crashed your car, hurting yourself and killing your friend in the passenger seat. You’ll have to live with that the rest of your life. Driving drunk isn’t worth it.
You asked your friend if you could crash there long enough to sober up. They said they’d rather have you drool on their couch than hear about your car crash on the news. They even gave you a fuzzy blanket to snuggle under. Sweet dreams!
Your #momfriend was looking out for everyone tonight and didn’t drink—at all. She drove everyone home safely and you all lived to party again. Plus, you got to avoid the nastiness that comes with a DWI, including the night in jail, loss of a driver’s license and up to $17K in fines and fees. Your turn next time!
Everyone begged you to stay the night, but you thought you could handle the drive. You left tipsy, got pulled over and went to the jail for the night. And your DWI ended up costing you almost $17K in fines and fees and major legal hassles. Sometimes friends have good advice.
Your friends tried to take away your keys, but you thought you were okay to drive. You veered out of your lane and into oncoming traffic. You totaled your car and received a costly DWI and jail time. The worst part: you’ll have to live with the fact you hurt people in the car you hit because you chose to drive drunk.
You thought you could handle driving home. Rideshares were expensive because it's the holidays, and you didn't want to accept a ride from a friend. You immediately got pulled over and started off the New Year in jail and will be out up to $17K in fines and fees. At least they stopped you before you ruined someone elses year, too.