One conclusion the study came to was obvious. The more a city puts out in its media that it targets drunk drivers, the more likely people are to use ride-sharing apps and are more likely to refrain from driving under the influence. Another interesting conclusion was found. In cities where parking is tight, people were much more likely to use Uber regardless of their state of intoxication, which inadvertently makes it look like ride-sharing apps were reducing DUIs when it was really lack of parking. Should we close our parking garages after 9 PM? Interesting thought!
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