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Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Calculator

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Drinking responsibly means knowing how alcohol affects you and the amount you can drink without endangering yourself or others. A person with a Blood Alcohol level in the range of .08% (80 mg/dL) to .10% (100 mg/dL)  is considered legally intoxicated, and it takes only a few drinks to get there. Use this calculator to estimate your own blood alcohol content under different circumstances.

. Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Calculator

Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Calculator

1. No. of Drinks
2. What are you Drinking?
3. How much do you weight?(in pounds-lbs)
Weight is displayed in British Pounds (lbs) . Use the nearest weight eg.- if you weight between 100 to 109 lbs use the closest displayed weight of 100 lbs but if you weight between 110 lbs to 119 lbs use 120 lbs as your weight).
4. How many hours have you been drinking?
5. Countries and  permissible Blood Alcohol Concentration  level (%)


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Posted by:  MooshieGooshie, United States  Posted on: 1/10/2012
Why does the weight only go up to 240? I am 6'7", male and weigh 317 pounds.
Posted by:  avena, Pakistan  Posted on: 12/2/2011
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