That would prevent people from driving even after a sip of alcohol. Yet, the cities, counties and state would make no money on the business of arresting people who drink a fraction of a glass of wine too much. They would rather allow people to think they are below the limit so that they will get into their cars only to be arrested and fined by every municipality in the vicinity. If this state is serious about preventing alcohol related accidents, then it should allow no alcohol in the bloodstream. Then, people would not be tempted to get into their cars after a small drink. I don't think the state is serious about eliminating alcohol from driving. It's making much money from those who have one taste of wine too many. Forty years ago, the police would let you go if you were drunk. Now, they make you wish you weren't born if you wine taste one too many. Either allow no alcohol or raise the limit to a more reasonable amount. Currently, it is like a game of trying to guess if you are under the alcohol limit. The state likes it this way.