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Your Blood Alcohol Content

The amount of alcohol in your body is commonly measured by the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC).

What Determines Blood Alcohol Concentration. BAC is determined by the amount of alcohol you drink (more alcohol means higher BAC), how fast you drink (faster drinking means higher BAC), and your weight (a small person doesn’t have to drink as much to reach the same BAC).

 Your blood aclohol content depends on three things: 
  • How much alcohol you drink
  • How much time passes between drinks
  • Your weight

Using the chart, how many drinks can a person weighing 180 lbs
have in a two hour period before becoming impared.

If you are arrested for DUI or DWI, you will need an attorney, your insurance will rise,

Click the chart for the answer.

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