DWI: The Impact of One Drink
In one of our previous DWI articles, we discussed what BAC, or Blood Alcohol Concentration is. We even talked about the legal limit of BAC (0.08%). But to get to that legal limit, what does it take?
DUI.drivinglaws.org includes four factors: “your gender, the number of drinks you’ve had, the time you’ve been drinking, and your weight”.
We included some charts, courtesy of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
One drink counts as any of the following: 1.5 oz of 40% alcohol (liquor), 12 oz of beer, or 5 oz of wine.
We never encourage one drop of alcohol while driving. Our intention with these charts is to bring awareness to the impact that alcohol has on driving performance.
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