Lower BAC Bad for Restaurants?

A night on the town may not be complete without dinner and drinks, but a recent NTSB recommendation could change that. While many people are not concerned with a drink or two with dinner, CNBC reports that if the lower BAC rate of .05% recommendation is adopted, the restaurant industry is afraid it will suffer as a result. Citing statistics about high BAC level drinkers ignoring the new limit, and the benefits of ignition interlock devices, both restaurant and spirits advocacy groups believe the lower BAC will not have an effect on lowering the rates of drunk driving accidents and fatalities. Read more here: Restaurants Fear Tough Drunk-Driving Law Will Be Buzzkill for Light Drinkers

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