The best argument against doing so is that the great majority of people are perfectly safe to drive after one drink. That drink, however, will easily show up on a test. Why should they be put at risk for arrest?
Also, there are tests that are so sensitive that they will detect trace alcohol at even lower levels that are totally safe.
drivers are not supposted to drink and drive because when you get drunk you see things differently and could get into a car accident.
changing the law would no affect to younger people because the would become anoyed so they would still drinkMrbean911
No limit on alchol. (There is no such thing).Alcohol however has limit that vary depending on where you are and what you are doing. See the Sources and related links for more information.
its 21 for all states i think
There is no age limit. The body is constantly changing.
Under 20 years there is a zero tolerance limit, over twenty years its .08
Ther should be no age limit but there is an age limit of 16 at the monemt.
is 0.86 over the limit for driving
You have to be 21 and older, you cannot drink and drive, there is a limit to drinking IF you have to drive back home, and many, many more.