Those who have had too much to drink should generally find alternative methods of getting to where they need to go. While many of these individuals rely on designated drivers, cabs or ridesharing services, some people might feel tempted to drive something that is not a typical street-legal vehicle. While this might seem like a good idea, driving something other than a car, truck or motorcycle can still lead to DUI charges.
Georgia police recently arrested a woman they claim was involved in not one but two drunk driving accidents. However, she was originally only charged for the second accident, as authorities did not discover the first alleged hit-and-run until the following day. She is facing multiple charges related to DUI, including failing to maintain her lane and vehicular homicide.