Average person can drive impaired 80 times before being caught with a DUI or getting into an accident. So why have DUI laws at all if most times, people drive without incident? Because thousands still die every year because of drunk drivers, and we've cut that number down with stricter laws and enforcement. You believe you aren't a risk. But 10k breakthrough cases and about 100 deaths say otherwise. Why are these cases and deaths acceptable? And why are further breakthrough cases and deaths, mostly preventable by herd immunity acceptable?