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Do you drive when under the influence of alcohol?

Robin Biznis December 11.2019 Belgrade, Serbia

I was drawn to this poll by two newspaper articles from today’s newspaper.Both articles write about a similar situation.To read the first story.

In one city in central Serbia, an on-duty police officer tried to rush a vehicle for traffic control.Instead of stopping, the driver added gas to the car trying to escape because he knew he already had a driving ban.However, he muddled in and then hit the parked car.So he was caught and his blood alcohol was measured at the hospital.Its value was 2.79 ‰Second case.

In our famous spa, a driving driver was stopped.How he gave signs of drunkenness and his blood alcohol was measured.A whopping 4.21 ‰  alcohol was measured.The driver was disconnected from the traffic and taken to a sob.He will be taken to the offending judge the next day.Our law states that heavy drinking occurs when alcohol levels exceed 2.5 ‰3.5 leads to who, for some, a lethal dose can be between 4.5-5‰ of blood alcohol.Our law for professional drivers provides for zero tolerance, while for ordinary citizens it is 0.2 ‰ of alcohol.In other countries, no penalties likely help people who are unaware that drunk people should not get in a car and use it.Usually, the innocent suffer.

source photo:https://pixabay.com/photos/crash-test-collision-60-km-h-1620591/

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