As of earlier this week, two Georgia residents remained in the custody of Polk County police after they were arrested on Oct. 15 for DUI and other alcohol-related charges.
Golf carts are a popular mode of transportation for many Georgia residents. Many young people also use golf carts as a relatively easy and inexpensive mode of transportation. However, people tend to think that golf carts are toys. But this is not the case. Golf carts are motor vehicles and they can be dangerous.
According to WALB, Georgia lawmakers are considering proposed legislation that would require a first-time DUI offender to install an ignition interlock device in their car that would prevent them from driving while under the influence of alcohol.
This blog has covered DUI arrests of people driving cars and boats or riding bikes, but, according to The Moultrie Observer, a person can even be arrested for driving while intoxicated if they are operating a motorized wheelchair after having a few too many drinks. A person cannot be arrested for walking while intoxicated, so the last one does seem a little unfair.