PROPOSAL TO LOWER DRINKING AND DRIVING LIMITS CAUSES DEBATE IN NEVADA
The National Transportation Safety Board, NTSB, is calling for states across the country to lower the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level from 0.08 to 0.05. The agency argues that the risk of involvement in a serious auto accident increases significantly once a driver reaches an impairment level of 0.05. In an effort to eliminate alcohol related crashes, the NTSB recommends stronger laws, like this reduction, along with more timely enforcement measures and expanded use of technology.
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