Category: DWAI

Operating a motor vehicle when you’ve had too much alcohol is against the law. But does that mean you can’t go out and drink with friends and family this 4th of July? Of course not – as long as you know where to draw the line.

The consequences for being caught drinking and driving are extensive. You can face jail times, fines, lose your driver’s license, and even have

 

During New Year’s Eve, it’s easy to get caught up in celebration. Everyone is having a good time and drinking more than they normally do. It’s easy to do the same!

 

That said, law enforcement officials are aware that people tend to let loose this time of year, and they take measures to crack down on people driving illegally.

 

If you were caught in Colorado’s annual New

 

This is a common question, but determining how many drinks you can have depends on the circumstances. Your gender, body weight, how fast you’re drinking and the type of alcoholic drink consumed, as well as whether you’ve eaten any food, all factor in.

 

In today’s post, we share the basics of the legal limits for drunk driving, and how you might be able to glean some idea of

 

Picture this. You’re driving home after a dinner out with friends. Maybe you’ve had a beer or two with your meal — maybe you haven’t had anything to drink at all. At some point during the ride home, you look in the rearview and see flashing lights.

 

If you’ve seen cop shows, you probably know what’s next. The police will ask to see your license and registration and

 

‘Tis the season for more days off from work, more holiday parties, and more family celebrating.

Unfortunately, it’s also the season for more drinking and driving. The U.S. Department of transportation reports an average of 27 fatalities every day in December due to drunk driving.

Closer to home, nearly 60 arrests for impaired driving occur each day in our state alone, and 500-plus Colorado drivers were arrested during this