* The legal blood alcohol content is ZERO if you are younger than 22, have a learner’s permit or probationary licence, or are a professional driver carrying passengers (bus, minibus, taxi, etc.). Heavy vehicle drivers must have a blood alcohol content lower than 0.05 g / 100 ml.
Your current blood alcohol content indicates that you should be OK to drive.
IF YOU DO DRIVE, PLEASE DRIVE SAFELY!
You could offer a lift to someone who has had too much to drink.
In order to drive, your blood alcohol content must be less than 0.08g/100ml of blood if you are 22 or older.
*Your faculties may also be affected by your personal vulnerability..
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