Nearly a third of all traffic-related deaths involve the use of alcohol. Even one or two drinks at a work party or a family holiday event can impact your driving and cause extreme injury to you and others. In 2016, there were 2,017 people killed in alcohol-related crashes where drivers had lower blood alcohol levels (BACs of .01 to .07 g/dL). Even with these lower alcohol levels, you can expect to experience difficulty multi-tasking, visual impairment, and reduced coordination. All of these potential symptoms make it harder to react in an emergency situation on the road.