Should Legal BAC Limit be Subjective?

The legal limit for blood alcohol concentration (BAC) in the U.S. currently stands at .08%, allowing adults over the age of 21 to consume up to an average of four alcoholic drinks in about an hour before being considered legally drunk. With a recent recommendation to lower the BAC limit to .05%, there are differing opinions on the ability of that limit to significantly lower the number of lives lost to drunk drivers in the country. Twincities.com recently addressed the controversial debate and the various opinions by agencies like M.A.D.D. and the NTSB. Read more here: How drunk is too drunk to drive? It’s a debate

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