In 2011, 31,000 people died firearm-related deaths.
In 2010, there were 10,000 deaths due to drunk driving, and that number is falling.
More crap and bullshit from the anti-gun-control crowd.
All but 11,000 of those gun related deaths were from suicide, so the number of innocent victims are much closer to drunk driving than it you are presenting.
Many of the remaining deaths were at the hands of repeat offenders, meaning that meaningful prison reforms to lower our recidivism rate would be more effective than gun control. For example, in Illinois, from 1990-2000, 42% of homicides were at the hands of people with at least one felony conviction.
Also, gun related deaths are down 49% since 1993, so I'm no sure why you are using that to exonerate drunk driving, but condemn firearms.
This, despite there being more firearms in the country since that time.