Drunk Driving Cues

The below explains the visual cues contained in the DWI Detection Guide provide by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The number given after each visual cue is the probability that a driver exhibiting that cue has a BAC equal or greater than 0.10. For example the 55 given for “Weaving” means that chances are 55 out of 100 that a driver who weaves at night will have a BAC equal to or greater than 0.10. (print out the actual booklet - PDF Format)

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