The legal limit for blood alcohol content (BAC) in most states is.08 percent. This means that if you're over the limit, you could face serious consequences, including jail time and fines. Also, in Colorado, if you are above .049, you will be prosecuted for DWAI.
If you're planning to go out drinking with friends, make sure you know how much alcohol you'll consume beforehand. You can use our free online DUI calculator, which will help you determine whether you're safe to drive after consuming different amounts of alcohol.
This calculator uses the latest research to provide accurate estimates of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels at various times after drinking. It also provides an estimate of when you should no longer be able to safely operate a motor vehicle.
You can print results by clicking on the 'Calculate Your BAC%' after following the link below below and entering the information. Take a screen shot if you wish to print the results
If you're planning to drive after drinking, make sure you plan ahead. Take a few minutes to think about what you will do when you arrive at your destination. Make sure you have enough money to pay for gas, food, parking, tolls, etc. Also, consider calling a cab or using Uber instead of driving yourself.
You should also keep in mind that there are other factors that affect whether you can safely operate a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. These include your age, weight, gender, medical condition, medications, and more.