DUI Tips by duiarresttips


									DUI Tips

Here are a few DUI tips which my help you avoid a DUI arrest and conviction.

Stop Drinking At Least One Hour Before You Drive

This DUI tip is designed to help you make sure you are below the legal limit before you
drive home. Time is your best friend when it comes to drinking and driving. The longer
you wait after drinking, the more time your body has to process the alcohol and get it out
of your system. So sip water while you wait. Of course, if you've had an enormous
amount to drink, you might have to wait more than an hour - probably a good idea to
have someone else drive.

Go Home Before 11pm

This DUI tip is designed to get you off the streets during the most DUI activity. Studies
have shown that most DUIs occur after 11pm. This makes sense. The longer the night
goes on, the more people have to drink, etc. Cops know this, so they are on the lookout
for DUI drivers more so at night.

Make Sure All Of The Lights On Your Car Are Working

This DUI tip is designed to help you from attracting unwanted attention to your vehicle.
Before you go out, make sure all of your headlights, taillights, brake lights, turn signals,
and yes, even that little light above your license plate. Cops have been known to use that
light as an excuse to stop a vehicle.

These DUI tips are simple but necessary steps to help reduce the risks of getting a DUI.

Would you know what to do if you got pulled over?

A businessman took some clients wine tasting, hoping to land a big account. While wine
tasting, he spit the wine out. He got pulled over. The cop smelled booze, arrested him,
and handcuffed him in front of his clients. When they tested him later, he blew.01 - almost
stone sober! The guy lost the account and had to fight the DUI.

Happens all of the time. If you don’t take steps to protect yourself, you’re toast.

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