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23 Signs of Drunk Driving to Know for St. Patrick’s Day
23 Signs of Drunk Driving to Know for St. Patrick’s Day

How Can the Police Tell If a Driver Is Drunk? As you gear up for St. Patrick’s Day this year, don’t forget to put your safety first. COVID-19 restrictions are starting to ease up throughout California, and this upcoming St. Patrick’s Day gives people a good excuse to make up ...

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