Follow these clues:
- Drivers that are turning with a wide radius
- Placement in their lane – straddling the center of the road or lane maker
- Appearing to be drunk – someone’s eyes are gloomy and red, their posture is inexistent, or they are actually drinking while they drive.
- Signaling that does not match driving behavior (right turn signal on, but turning left)
- Nearly hitting an object or another vehicle on the roadway
- Weaving through traffic unsafely or zigzagging
- Swerving or abruptly turning away from a straight course
- Turning illegally
- Slow response to traffic signals or signs
- Driving 10 mile per hours UNDER the speed limit
- Stopping for no reason
- Following other drivers too closely
- Randomly braking for no apparent reason
- Headlights are off when it is dark out
- Driving into opposite or approaching traffic
Once you call the police, they will handle it from there. Try and write down their license plate if you can. By reporting a drunk driver, you may safe the lives of many people on the road!
Davis Law Group reminds you to always use a taxi or have a designated driver if you have been drinking. Never drink and drive. It is not worth your life or someone else's.