September is filled with occasions to celebrate by downing a couple of cold ones – Labor Day, Oktoberfest, and the start of football season to name a few. And if you’re in Colorado, you’re probably enjoying a craft beer from one of the 200+ different breweries our state has to offer.
The problem with craft beer, when it comes to drinking and driving laws at least, is that it’s tough to understand how much alcohol you are consuming in one sitting. The old rule of one drink equals one twelve ounce 5% alcohol by volume beer is not useful anymore. Craft beers are often poured in glasses ranging from 6 to 16 ounces, and can contain anywhere between 4-18% alcohol by volume.
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It should come as no surprise that masterminds have figured out a way to turn your smartphone into a handheld breathalyzer. What could be more convenient and easier to use than a device that plugs directly into your phone and tells you instantly whether you’re clear to steer?
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What are Your Rights In Your Own Car?
As American citizens, we rely on the police to protect and serve. However, it’s important for citizens to learn to protect themselves by knowing and understanding their rights where the police are concerned. Many Americans are unaware of their rights, especially when it comes to police interaction. The following describes our civil rights as they pertain to being pulled over by the police. Continue reading “What Are Your Rights In Your Own Car”