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Drinking alcohol in moderation can be beneficial for healthy adults, according to several scientific studies, but don’t be fooled, ingesting it in excess and for long periods of time, can have some very negative consequences on almost every organ in your body. The damage alcohol does to you is not only physical and emotional, but it can result in a DUI that will tarnish your record for several years. Having a couple of beers after work while hanging out with …
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You probably already realize that getting behind the wheel of a motorized vehicle after consuming any alcohol is a serious crime known as driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI). While it only takes a small amount of alcohol to cause this situation, you’re not officially considered drunk unless you have a blood alcohol content (BAC) level of at least 0.08%. As such, you might not even show any warning signs that you’re driving drunk, but this …
It is against the law to drive or physically control a vehicle while you are under the influence of alcohol. This is why when you apply for and accept your driving privileges in Arizona you are also giving consent for blood alcohol concentration and drug content (BADC) testing if you are arrested for driving under the influence (DUI). According to the Implied Consent Law a law enforcement officer must simply believe you are driving while under the influence. They can …
Understanding what happens as your blood alcohol concentration increases is important for anyone who drinks. You may think that just a drink or two is not going to do much, but it can. It all depends on how well you tolerate alcohol, what type of alcohol you are having, and the condition of your health going into the drinking spree. Even if you only have a few drinks now and again, the risks associated …
It may seem like the answer to the question above is rather simple. Impaired driving can easily be defined as driving while intoxicated from alcohol (or driving under the influence). However, the answer can become much more complex when truly considered and studied. When understanding the task of driving in itself, it’s really intricate. There’s the requirement for much attention, complete awareness, the proper judgment, good coordination, and a handful of years of experience. Over time, the task of driving …
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Alcohol Screening Phoenix offers easy Arizona DUI screenings to meet the MVD DUI requirements. Get the alcohol screening online or on site. When completed, it is electronically filed with the MVD so you can get an Arizona restricted driver’s license. Contact Alcohol Screening Phoenix today at 602-535-6468 to schedule your alcohol screening evaluation today and visit www.alcoholscreeningphoenix.com for more information.
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Alcohol Screening Phoenix offers convenient Arizona DUI alcohol screenings needed to obtain an Arizona restricted driver’s license. The Arizona MVD DUI requirement of a screening can also be used if you are convicted of a DUI and need a screening for the court. What make ours more convenient than others is that we offer online AZ DUI screenings as well as onsite in our comfortable offices. Call 602-535-6468 today to schedule your onsite or online screening and visit the website …
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