Some states also impose enhanced penalties for extremely high blood alcohol levels. These levels are typically two or three times the allowable level of 0.08 and varies from state to state.
It is important to note that this blood alcohol content calculation is only a crude estimation. There are many factors affecting the blood alcohol level and time required to reduce that level to allowable limits. This blood alcohol calculator should only be used as a rough estimator.
Instructions to use this calculator
First, enter which state you are located. Each state has different limits for zero-tolerance and enhanced penalties. Next, enter your gender and your weight in pounds. Then, enter the number of standard drinks you have consumed. The image in the calculator will give you an idea what a standard drink means.
The last input required is the number of hours since you've had your last drink. When you are done, simply press Calculate or click away from the input control to trigger calculations.
The calculator will display your blood alcohol level. It will also tell you whether it is ok to drive or not. If it is not ok to drive, it will also give you an estimation of how many hours before your blood alcohol level drops to allowable limits. It is important to note that this estimate is from the time you run this calculator.
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