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    • I agree with reducing the blood-alcohol limit -- Votes: 28
    • I do not agree with reducing the blood-alcohol limit -- Votes: 9
Emily Thorne 2 kids; Quetzaltenango, Guatemala 26302 posts
16th May '13
Quoting mamaluvsher4babies:" The only thing this law will do is make more money for the states. It won't stop anyone whatever the ... [snip!] ... but once. My ex husband LOL..My husband and I picked him and took him home. Taxi's are way expensive. People just dont care"


It will stop the people who think they are still under the limit, I think. For example, my sister had 2 glasses of wine and then drove down to the mall. She drove well and everything, but I don't think she should drive after drinking even a little.



And you hear on here all the time "if you feel good safe to drive you are safe to BF" so some women on here drive after having a few drinks.

Destinite TTC since May 2011; 1 child; 2 angel babies; Florida 30868 posts
16th May '13

It doesn't really matter. They can take you to jail if you blow a .01-.07 anyway.

SuperSecret123 Japan 220 posts
16th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Im watching you:</b>" and on the in car breathalyzers , sorry but all the driver will do is get someone that hasn't drunk as ... [snip!] ... anyone is governing who is blowing into the thing it sounds good but to be honest if people want to drive and drink they will"</blockquote>



not true.. breathalyzer s have cameras now and they go off while you're driving so you have to blow again so you can't drink while driving...

SuperSecret123 Japan 220 posts
16th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting SuperSecret123:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Im watching you:</b>" and on the in car breathalyzers , sorry ... [snip!] ... now and they go off while you're driving so you have to blow again so you can't drink while driving..."</blockquote>




meant to add that they are better than they used to be and almost impossible to trick