As they exited the vehicle, there were two distinct reactions. The first was one of laughter (at how terrible their driving abilities were) but the other was one of indignation. Many students left the car saying "that wasn't fair; it was rigged!", feeling as though, if they had only been a little bit faster and smarter, they could have beat the system. I can understand their desire to "win", it was interesting how their indignant attitude was a reflection of why we need the Safety Bug program in the first place. Very few drunk drivers get in the car attempting to crash; most think they can "beat the system". Perhaps they don't know they're drunk, perhaps they don't know how drunk they are, or perhaps they think that, if they're very careful, they can get aware with driving under the influence as long as they're very very careful.
Regardless, hopefully this simulation, and small moment of panic as the car veered out of control, will stick with the students before they make any poor decisions in the future. This car may have been "rigged", but going forward, they're the only ones who will decide just how fair the game really is.