While the current national BAC level required for a DUI/DWI conviction stands at .08% across the country, each state may still decide the various penalties for drinking and driving. Perhaps one of the toughest states on drunk drivers is Washington state, according to kirotv.com. This state, well known for its laws that perhaps lead the U.S. in the fight against driving under the influence of alcohol, recently tightened the restrictions on convicted offenders who must now wear monitoring devices to ensure they stay sober, as well as install ignition interlock devices in their vehicles. Read more here: Gov. Inslee signs tougher new drunken driving bill into law
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