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Driving under the influence (DUI) is the crime of operating a vehicle while impaired by alcohol or mind altering drugs, including prescriptions.
Laws may also apply to the operation of farm equipment, heavy machinery, or bicycles.
Legal limits for Blood Alcohol Content (BAC), and other legal nuances, differ by state.
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