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Do not let drunk drivers get back on the road

For the life of me I can’t figure out what is so hard about getting drunk drivers off the road. Can anyone tell me how a person can have two, three, four or even five license suspensions if he or she doesn’t have a car to drive? All that needs to be done is when a person gets his first suspension he has to turn in the license plates to the Department of Motor Vehicles.

In the event of a second suspension, then the offender should lose his car. Should someone, say a friend, allow the offender use of their car then that “friend” should be treated in the same manner as a person who buys a gun for someone who is ineligible to own one.

Lancaster