Any type of tool that can keep drunk drivers off the road is certainly good news to a professional Raleigh DWI lawyer. North Carolina, after all, has been fighting drunk driving for years. The state’s efforts seem to have paid off, though, judging from the 22.7-percent drop in impaired driving fatalities over the past ten years, according to the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility.
However, the state still ranks third behind Pennsylvania and California when it comes to the number of fatal DWI crashes. Authorities still have a long way to go to get drunk drivers off the state's roads. As such, the expansion of taxi apps in cities like Raleigh and Chapel Hill are a welcome development.