Drunk drivers don't merely crash into vehicles similar in size to those they are driving. They can also collide with other types of moving objects, including smaller vehicles that are used for recreational purposes. In Alaska, a recent accident between an SUV and a four-wheeler shows the variety of vehicular crashes that can be caused by drunk drivers.
The incident reportedly occurred quite early on a weekend morning. The SUV, driven by an adult male, ran into a four-wheeler, operated by a minor. Alaska troopers who arrived on the scene discovered that the driver of the SUV was intoxicated; he was also driving illegally due to a driver's license that had been revoked.