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Drinking and driving

You don?t need to drink much alcohol to impair your driving. Although all 50 states and the District of Columbia legally define intoxication as a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of above 0.08, driving skills worsen at much lower levels. For example, steering a car while responding to changes in traffic deteriorates with BACs as low as 0.02.…

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