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24 Aug
DUIs in Arizona

Arizona has had an extremely high rate of vehicle crashes and deaths associated with drunk driving. Because of this, Arizona officials have come down hard on drunk drivers. The penalties for DUI in Arizona are extreme, but hopefully this will lead to safer roads for the public at large.

So what is illegal in Arizona?

The State …Continue Reading »

For many people suffering from hypoglycemia, low blood sugar can cause symptoms that are strikingly similar to the effects of alcohol. Diabetes and many other kinds of diseases can result in hypoglycemia if blood sugar levels are not monitored and controlled. If blood sugar levels do dip below normal, sufferers can experience slow and slurred …Continue Reading »

In the event that you are intoxicated and not able to come up with a designated driver, here’s a list of resources that you can take advantage of in the Valley.

Designated Drivers 24/7
This service began last year in attempt to provide a great alternative to a taxi. For $50/month designated drivers 24/7 will pick …Continue Reading »

01 Jul
The Meaning of Blood Alcohol Level

When an Arizona police officer conducts a breathalyzer or blood test, they’re attempting to determine your blood alcohol level. This is the percentage of alcohol in your blood stream.

In Arizona, your blood alcohol level cannot be over .08. If you are over that limit, you will be charged with a DUI, and the results of any …Continue Reading »

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