Report Covid Passports in Political Philosophy Posted Wednesday at 10:18 PM 27 minutes ago, Doug Morris said: Are you sure that this is what you meant to say? The laws against drunk driving are aimed at the endangering, not the intoxication. They do not apply to someone who gets drunk but doesn't drive. If someone has liquor poured down their throat against their will, so that they have to swallow or drown, and they become intoxicated thereby, it should still be illegal for them to drive. It is right to forbid someone to drive who has lost their ability to drive safely because of effects of old age, even though aging is not a volitional act. Yeah , pretty sure. To the first question. And I'm pretty sure dui/dwi laws are only applicable when intoxication is indicated. Reckless driving violations apply whether or not intoxication is a factor. So 'endangering' is like the genus with different species. Instances of violating laws aren't immoral acts based on the existence of laws, though it'd be nice if they were.