Posted September 28, 2018 08:16:51 A new round of restrictions has been implemented in Illinois.
The governor’s office has made it a state crime to drive on the side of the road, and any person who is found to have a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.04% or higher can be issued a citation.
This means anyone can be pulled over by police for a 0.01% or lower BAC violation.
While some have been issued tickets for 0.05%, others are likely to face fines of up to $100,000.
The most serious of these citations are the ones that can lead to an arrest, as drivers are often caught up in DUI or DWI cases that are never resolved.
These are often the most expensive tickets, so it’s important to be careful and avoid these situations.
In addition to these fines, drivers who exceed the 0.08% limit can be cited for having more than a 0% BAC.
This is a major increase from 0.03% and up, so drivers who drive over 0.02% are likely headed for a fine.
The list of drivers who may be subject to a 0%.08% fine goes on for hours and can include everyone from tourists to people with felony convictions.
It’s worth noting that while these fines are not currently being enforced, drivers with 0.1% Bac convictions are now subject to fines of $500, even if they’re not driving.
There is also a new law that will also apply to drivers over the 0%.02% limit.
The new law makes it illegal for any person under 21 years old to drive, and for anyone under 21 to be in possession of a driver’s license.
These two provisions are designed to help stop underage drinking and DUI, but the new law could also make it harder for people to legally buy alcohol at the grocery store or even for people who have just purchased alcohol to be able to legally drink it.