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Taking Advil, Tylenol, or Ibuprofen? You Could be Arrested for DUI

While everyone is quite aware of the effects of taking alcohol during or just before driving on your health and the potential criminal charges against the offense, not many know that some common prescription drugs could also produce false breathalyzer test readings. Advil, Tylenol, and Ibuprofen are three such everyday medications that could erroneously earn you an arrest for driving under influence. 

Once a police officer suspects you of being impaired, they may request a breathalyzer test before you get arrested for DUI. The essence of the test is to check your Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) level against the acceptable limit of 0.08%. 

A motorist drinking while driving a car
The 9 Most Unexpected Ways to Get a DUI

Drunk driving is a serious offense in the United States. You could face community service, jail time, pay a fine, and even lose your license. However, did you know that drunk driving penalties don’t apply to cars alone?

You can get a driving under the influence (DUI) charge while riding a lawn mower, motorized recliner, bicycle, amongst others. This article explores the nine most unexpected ways to get a DUI. Read to the end!…