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I’ve Been Charged with DWI…  What Does BAC Mean?
I’ve Been Charged with DWI… What Does BAC Mean?

BAC, three letters that don’t mean a whole lot… unless you’re talking about driving while impaired. The concept of BAC is central to proving whether a driver is impaired. This article will discuss what BAC is, the science behind it, and why it is so important in driving ...

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