Why Should I Say “No”?
You now know that driving under the influence are harmful to your health, against the law, and disappointing to your loved ones. Here are some other reasons you should say no.
- People who commit a DUI can be killers. Do you want to be a killer?
- Getting a DUI is costly. Do you want to waste your money on things that won't make your life better and that aren't any fun? Do you want to waste a lifetime of savings to pay off a debt after hurting someone in a DUI?
- Life is too short. Don't waste away in a jail cell after killing someone by committing a DUI.
- Wasted teen memories. You'd like to look back and be able to say you did well in school, made the varsity basketball team, and had a wonderful prom. Do you really want to destroy your chances of having good teen memories because you committed a DUI and hurting yourself or someone else?
- No future. How are you going to be a movie star, land on the moon, and cure cancer if you're unemployed and homeless because you are paying for the consequences of a DUI?