I am licensed to practice law in New York as well as Tennessee. In Tennessee you can get charged for allowing an intoxicated person to drive if you are in the vehicle with them. In New York that is not the law yet.  However New York does make it a criminal offense to facilitate aggravated unlicensed operation. So if you allow someone with a suspended license to drive your vehicle, you can get charged with a crime. I anticipate that it is just a matter of time before New York criminalizes facilitating DWI.