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Alcohol and Body Fat

Your permit test study guide has a chapter or two about alcohol and learner test questions often focus on driving and drinking. One thing that is not commonly known, but often mentioned, is that gender is one important factor that determines how much alcohol winds up in your bloodstream. Women tend to have a higher percentage of body fat and a lower percentage of water. When drinking alcohol, this will affect their Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and, of course, their driving. .
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Below the Legal Limit

Can you be convicted of DUI even if your Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is below the legal limit? The simple answer is: YES, you can. Before taking your written knowledge test, you should make sure you understand why.
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Is One Drink Enough?

When are you too impaired to drive safely? Is one drink enough? The truth is that most people are impaired even after a small amount of alcohol! The best thing is NOT to drive after drinking. Not even after one drink.
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What Helps You Sober Up?

Time and the amount of alcohol you consume are the basic factors that determine your blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Things like eating food, drinking coffee, getting fresh air or taking a cold shower do not really affect your BAC.
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