Clearly sober drivers are a far greater danger than drunk drivers. With statistics like that it makes me wonder how many of those deaths involving drivers over the 0.08 limit would have happened anyway. In other words, just because a driver with a BAC of 0.08 was involved we can't automatically assume that the BAC was the cause of the accident or even a significant contributing factor. Certainly in a % of those cases it was simply "a factor". How can one find out how many fatalities are the direct result of a drunk driver?