West Shore Community College’s Student senate offered a drunk driving simulation to students Tuesday, October 18th, to raise awareness of the danger of drinking and driving. “They wanted us to come in for the drunk driving simulation for alcohol awareness. We bring in the simulator and do the DUI and as you drive it gets a bit harder to steer and brake. We put goggles on them so that they get what .08 [feels like.]” said Jason Black with Preferred entertainment. According to the CDC about one in three traffic deaths in the United States involve a drunk driver.