Privilege? Maybe in New York City or a few other very large cities, but for the rest of of is, it's a necessity. It stopped being a privilege many years ago. Getting to work, shopping for food, you name it, cant be done without a car. Take that away from someone and you remove their ability to function in society. If stopping DUI was the real intent, there are much more effective methods. Most watering holes only have a few escape routes and if they were targeted everynight for a month, the bar wouldn't survive. It wouldnt take long to close them all. Better yet, why not just make alcohol illegal? Oh yea, they tried that once, it didnt work. Ever wonder why so many kids today use drugs? Ive spent some time working in dry counties, the drug use was rampant to the point where employers had to stop testing for it, they couldnt find enough people that passed. You want to make the streets safer? Enforce all the traffic laws, for everybody, all the time. Heck, with everybody having cell phones today, have a national "bad driver" cell hotline. Id be glad to help you catch some of the more serious nuts. This 75-80 mph stuff is fine for me in my sports car but not safe for the majority of people or vehicles I see driving. I digress, I dont believe that driving is a privilege anymore. That may be whats on the books but its not realistic.