On DWI Laws in Other Countries

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DIANE Publishing, 2000 - Drunk driving - 170 pages
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Much of the progress that has been made in impaired driving in the last decade has been facilitated by lessons learned from other countries. This report provides guidance in the development & implementation of impaired driving policies in this country. The specific DWI laws included were the illegal blood alcohol content (BAC) levels for various classes of drivers, the minimum purchase age for alcohol, age of driving licensure, standard sanctions for first offenses & multiple offenses, the imposition of more severe sanctions for drivers with higher BACs, graduated licensing systems, & systems for the regranting of licenses. Charts & tables.

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