Blood Alcohol Calculator

Blood Alcohol Calculator

A blood alcohol calculator should be used with caution because they can only give an approximate calculation. Your actual BAC will likely vary depending on a number of factors.

It is unlawful to drive when impaired by alcohol and/or drugs such that you cannot exercise ordinary caution.

The only thing you can do to lower your BAC is wait it out. Your BAC will drop roughly .015 per hour after you have reached peak absorption.

The only sure way not to get a DUI or endanger yourself and others is by not drinking and driving.

Even if your BAC is below the legal limit, it may still be unsafe, and illegal, for you to drive.

Links to Blood Alcohol Calculators:

http://celtickane.com/projects/blood-alcohol-content-bac-calculator/
http://www.ou.edu/oupd/bac.htm
http://www.onlineconversion.com/bac.htm

 

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