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  2. Drunk driving in the United States - Wikipedia

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    New York, for example, which had enacted a prohibition on driving while intoxicated in 1910, amended this law in 1941 to provide that it would constitute prima facie evidence of intoxication when an arrested person was found to have a BAC of 0.15 percent or higher, as ascertained through a test administered within two hours of arrest.

  3. Learner's permit - Wikipedia

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    The provisional license is available only after passing the theory test. A full licence can be acquired only after passing the driving test. Once the learner has passed the theory test, they may take the practical driving test. Once the practical driving test has been taken and passed, a full driving licence will be automatically issued.

  4. Driver's license - Wikipedia

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    In 1949, the United Nations hosted the Geneva Convention on Road Traffic that standardised rules on roads, occupants, rules, signs, driver's permits and such. It specified that national "driving permits" should be pink and that an "International Driving Permit" for driving in a number of countries should have grey covers with white pages and that "The entire last page shall be drawn up in French".

  5. Tesla Autopilot - Wikipedia

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    Tesla Autopilot is a suite of advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) features offered by Tesla that amounts to SAE International Level 2 vehicle automation. Its features are lane centering, traffic-aware cruise control, automatic lane changes, semi-autonomous navigation on limited access freeways, self-parking, and the ability to summon the car from a garage or parking spot.

  6. Blood alcohol content - Wikipedia

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    The limit in blood is 0.50 g/l. The BrAC limit for drivers in their first two years after gaining a driving license and common carriers are more restricted to 100 micrograms per litre of breath. BrAC 250–400 = €200 fine. BrAC 400–600 = €700 fine, plus suspension of driving license for 90 days (introduced in 2007)

  7. Commercial driver's license - Wikipedia

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    To pass this knowledge test, student drivers must answer at least 80 percent of the questions correctly. The third is a driving skills test. To pass the driving skills test, the student driver must successfully perform a set of required driving maneuvers. The driving skill test must be taken in a vehicle that the driver operates or expects to ...

  8. Ignition interlock device - Wikipedia

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    An ignition interlock device or breath alcohol ignition interlock device (IID or BAIID) is a breathalyzer for an individual's vehicle. It requires the driver to blow into a mouthpiece on the device before starting or continuing to operate the vehicle.

  9. Alcohol laws of Maine - Wikipedia

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    Driving. The legal Blood Alcohol Content limit (BAC) for drunk driving in Maine is .08%; however, a person may be charged with Operating Under the Influence (OUI) with any BAC above .00%, especially if supported by other evidence of impairment. According to Maine law, a person can be charged with OUI if a person is "impaired to the slightest."