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BAC = “Blood Alcohol Concentration”, the ratio of alcohol to blood in the body.
A drug is any substance taken by a person to achieve a better physical or mental state– real or imagined.
All states have 0.08 per se laws which state that when a driver is stopped for cause and his or her blood alcohol concentration (BAC) tests at or above 0.08 percent.
Hardcore Drunken Drivers (HCDDs) are people who have one or more previous drunken driving offense and/or have a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of 0.15 mg/dL or more when stopped.
Young people who drink and drive take an even greater risk behind the wheel than older drivers do.
‘BAC’ stands for blood alcohol content. True or False?