That way, you’ll know whether you can drive home, take a taxi/stay the night, or go straight to the hospital due to alcohol poisoning.
And since you really shouldn’t have a BAC higher than – oh, let’s say 0.08% – having yourself tested once in a while really isn’t a bad idea. Remember, kids – a BAC of 0.4% or higher is really, really, really bad.
Here’s a list of 15 people who have had RECORD SETTING BLOOD ALCOHOL LEVELS where such a device probably would have helped them:
- A 34 year old man from Portland, Maine registered .39%
- A woman from Omaha, Nebraska registered .41%
- A 49 year old man from Oakland, Maine registered .42%
- A 48 year old man from Brisbane, Australia registered .40%
- A 41 year old woman from Farmingdale, Maine registered .45%
- A Seattle woman registered .47%
- A man in Rhode Island registered .48%
- A man from Lorain, Ohio hit .53%
- A 30 year old woman from Oregon registered .55%, and another woman from Oregon hit .72%
- A 38 year old Lithuanian reportedly hit .65%, with another Lithuanian exceeding that with a BAC of .839%
- An Indiana man registered .69%
- A Lock Haven man had a BAC of .90%
And the highest blood alcohol content registered so far belongs to a Bulgarian.
His BAC was .91%.