Drunk walking can be just as dangerous as drunk driving. 46% of the traffic crashes that ended in a pedestrian casualty involved inebriation by either the driver or the pedestrian. Of that figure, 34% of the pedestrians had been legally intoxicated at the time of the crash, whereas 13% of the drivers were intoxicated. In fact, studies have shown that drunk walking can be more deadly than drunk driving on a per mile basis. Other common, yet dangerous, consequences that can result from drunk walking include falling down stairs, tripping, and provoking fights.