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Drunk Driving Law
Posted 12 April 2015 - 08:31 AM
1) Probable cause. The apprehending officer needs to show probable cause to have stopped you over or ask you to take a sobriety test. They need to be explicit on why they feel you to are actually drunk (smell, speech slurry, bad driving)
2) Field Sobriety Test. You need to fail a set of standard tests before breath analysis is used. Walking in straight line, balancing on one leg, etc Only if you fail is when the breathalyzer is administered.
3) breathalyzer. You MUST ask for this before you can be charged with a DUI. NO breathalyzer means that the enforcing officer cannot do an arrest or enforce the fine as there needs to be irrefutable proof and the burden rests with the apprehending officer.
4) if you fail, officers have the option of impounding you vehicle and hauling you ass to the precinct to sleep it off plus a fairly heavy fine. Up to 80k If no injuries or accidents.
5) if you have a professional drivers license then your screwed as the law mandates zero blood alcohol level when operating a vehicle.
The law Stipulates a level below 0.05 percent for non professional drivers. But it's hard for most of us to actually gauge this. It's a function of the rate of alcohol ingestion vs total volume of consumption. Having two beers over three to four hours should be ok but having three beers in 15 mins as "one for the road" is pushing it. You also have to factor in the alcoholic content of your choice of poison... Just be responsible folks....
Edited by bufferoverflow, 12 April 2015 - 08:34 AM.
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Posted 06 July 2015 - 03:06 PM
di strict dito tulad sa US..sa US kong pumasok ka ng bar ,meron mga patrol car nakatago sa labas at susundan ka pag uwi mo at pa hintuin ka
Posted 23 July 2015 - 02:23 PM
Posted 10 September 2015 - 04:08 PM
I'm not taking my chances with drink driving with or without the "Drunk Driving Law"! My driving style is aggressive already even when sober!
Posted 21 November 2015 - 12:28 AM
Unfortunately, nakainstill pa dn sa mind ng mga pinoys na mgdadala ng auto pg gmik nyts...in w/c sa thinking naten e mas safe umuwe pg may dala auto....eto na kc nakagawian eh....
Posted 25 November 2015 - 01:08 AM
Uber and GrabCar, guys. It can save your wallet in the long run. (and your life/others' lives as well)
20k ang fine sa drunk driving. Imagine kung ilang Uber rides yun. Dagdag mo pa yung gastos sa gas at parking. Kaya wala na talagang rason magdala ng auto sa gimik night, unless designated driver ka talaga at sure kang kaya mong magpigil ng at most 1 beer lang.
Keep safe. guys!
Posted 15 January 2016 - 07:46 AM
Wala nmn pinagkaiba to ngayon at dati. Wala naman mga nanghuhuli ng gabi so this law ms no sense. Madami lasing sa gabi kung sa wala ka naman makita mga pulis o mmda na dapat 24hrs naka patrol.
dami pede mahuli sundan lang nila sa mg bar.. puro lasing lahat.. saby drive mga unggoy..hahhaake
Posted 15 March 2016 - 01:10 PM
Thank God for the likes of Grab/Uber! Makes going out at night a million times easier and more enjoyable as I don't have to worry about driving and parking!
Posted 15 March 2016 - 08:51 PM
Got a few friends na sobrang lasing naaaksidente pauwi sa kanila. Now that I own a car, I just know my limits. Pag sobra na, mag uuber or taxi nalang ako pauwi. Most of the time ako yung designated driver ng barkada. Mas OK na yun kesa ako ung hinahatid na wasak. Drink moderately. Wiwi, tubig at pulutan ang pantanggal ng amats.
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