No “Safe” Level of Alcohol

Drunk DrivingWhen they say that “buzzed driving is drunk driving,” there is no mistake about the numbers.  According to fox5sandiego.com, a recent study on the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) and accidents over the last decade has revealed some startling results. This study indicates that even in accidents where a driver has tested positive for .01% BAC, that driver is most likely blamed for causing the issue. Once a person tests with a higher BAC, there is even more likelihood of becoming the reason for the accident. These findings support the NHTSA’s opinion that the national legal limit for driving drunk should be .05% BAC. Read more here: No safe combo of drinking and driving, study finds

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