Neale & Fhima, LLP: California Needs a No-Tolerance BAC Policy for Rideshare and Commercial Drivers
Dana Point, California, -- Starting in July 2018, rideshare drivers in California are being held to a higher standard when it comes to blood-alcohol content levels. A new state law requires Uber and Lyft drivers to adhere to the same restrictions as commercial vehicle drivers, who are considered intoxicated if their BAC exceeds 0.04 percent.
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