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    DUI

    BAC is the amount of alcohol in a person's body measured by the weight of the alcohol in a certain volume of blood. 

    In Tennessee, a drunk driver’s level of intoxication is typically determined by the measurement of blood alcohol content (BAC). A BAC measurement of 0.08% defines the criminal offense.

    What is BAC?

    What affects your BAC?

    • Your weight

    • Food in your stomach 

    • The number of drinks you have

    • Quickly consumed vs. Long period of time

    Prevention and safety

    Have a designated DRIVER

    Take a taxi cab

    Plan ahead so you don't have to drive

    • Ask your host if you can stay over

    • Ask a close friend/relative to give you a ride

    • Find a safe ride program 

    What happens when you drink?

    Alcohol reduces your ability to drive safely, affects your coordination and judgement.