Drink, Drive, Go to...Now What?

Texas leads the nation in drunk driving crashes and fatalities. In Texas, the legal limit for intoxication is .08 BAC (.04 BAC if you are a commercial driver carrying hazardous materials). If an officer thinks your driving is impaired, you can still be stopped and arrested for DWI regardless of your BAC. Penalties get worse with every DWI offense.

First Conviction

Second Conviction

Third Conviction

A DWI conviction in Texas stays on your driving record forever. A conviction may affect your automobile insurance with higher premiums or a canceled policy. Commercial vehicle operators, repeat offenders, age under 21 and adults traveling with a minor passenger are subjected to different standards and penalties.

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