BAC Laws In Michigan Push Forward

Consistent with the rest of the 50 states in the U.S., Michigan will remain true to the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit that establishes whether a person can be charged or convicted with DUI. Mlive.com reports that Michigan Governor recently renewed the state’s commitment to the .08% BAC threshold for DUI, extending the law for more than 5 years until September 2018. At the same time, legislation is being presented to lower the BAC limit to .08% for those who operate boats, ATVs and snowmobiles within the state. Read more here: Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signs .08 BAC drunk driving law as drunk boating bill advances

 

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