The Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is basically the amount of alcohol a person has in their bloodstream when they have been drinking. The more a person drinks, the higher the BAC increases. There are many factors to consider when determining a person's BAC, and it is important to note that two different people can drink the same amount of alcohol and have very different BAC levels. Some factors you want to consider when analyzing the BAC include your gender, body size and percentage of body fat.
Using the BAC calculator: Use this calculator to instantly compute your estimated blood/breath alcohol concentration. Keep in mind the results generated are only estimates. The primary purpose is to provide information about the responsible use of alcohol and the impact it has on your body. You should not use this calculation for legal advice, and the results of this calculation should not determine whether you have the ability to drive.
Instructions: Please select weight, drinks consumed, time period and gender and click the "compute your BAC" button:
Disclaimer: The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own seperate legal issue.
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