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It is estimated that around 15000 people are charged with impaired driving each year in Alberta. DUI or DWI is known as impaired driving under Canadian law and it is a criminal offence. Under the Criminal Code of Canada, a driver can legally operate a motor vehicle only if the blood alcohol content is less than 0.08% and his or her mental skills are not impaired while driving.
There are strict penalties under Canadian law if you are caught driving a vehicle with a blood-alcohol content level of more than 0.08%. The Traffic Safety Act of Alberta has introduced stricter penalties for DUI. In fact, the blood-alcohol content limit in Alberta is 0.05% for fully licensed drivers.
- Don't plead guilty to DUI charges, and avoid a criminal record.
- Don't lose your driver’s license.
You should give a call to our experienced DUI Specialists at the earliest when you get charged with DUI in Calgary.