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You answered: 0.10 percent. (ks1022aa c)

The blood alcohol level at which it is illegal for any person 21 years or older to drive is:

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A.  0.10 percent.
B.  0.12 percent.
C.  0.08 percent.
D.  0.02 percent.
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