R-U-Buzzed? BAC Calculator
By ID345, LLC
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The best plan is to designate a sober driver any time you are celebrating with alcohol. Designate a driver BEFORE you start drinking.
This blood alcohol concentration (BAC) calculator will calculate your blood alcohol level.
Your BAC level is based on a complex interaction of weight, gender, alcohol consumed and time. Any amount of alcohol will impair your ability.
For this calculator, one drink is considered to be equal to 12 oz. of beer, 5 oz. of wine or 1.5 oz. of hard liquor.
Calculations are estimates based on Colorado law and are not sufficient evidence to be considered legal evidence.
Disclaimer: This blood alcohol concentration (BAC) calculator is only an estimate and is not sufficiently accurate to be considered legal evidence. The calculations are averages. Individuals may vary in their personal alcohol tolerance. Food in the stomach, medications, health and psychological conditions are influencing factors. Many establishments that serve alcohol serve portions larger than the standard drink size. This BAC calculator has been provided by the Colorado Department of Transportation. CDOT
What's New in Version 1.2
Modified BAC calculation equation
Potentially dangerous app
Caution: Read the Disclaimer carefully. Many people using this will get arrested for impaired driving. These calculators can easily be off by 200% for any given individual. One reason is that alcohol metabolism rates vary from person to person three to four fold. If you can feel the least bit high or buzzed, you are too impaired to drive safely. Importantly, though, people with high tolerance are typically unaware of when they are impaired. So, if you use the calculator and it says you are unsafe to drive, don't drive. On the other hand, just because the calculator says you are okay does not mean you really are.
The best part of the app is the call a cab feature.
Tolerance has NOTHING to do with your BAC. Try getting pulled over by a cop, blowing over the limit and telling him you have a high tolerance, so it's fine.
This app uses the same formula they teach you in DUI courses and should be used as a point of reference, not an exact science. Another review complains that the figures are to high. It's better if it says a slightly higher figure then lower for the intents and purposes of the app.
Not very good
Its not every good if say you have been taking shots which is frequently in my case and it also doesn't make a distinction if say you have been drinking something made out of smirnoff vodka compared to Bacardi 101. Also, the BAC calculator is much better because it's pretty much the same thing but more detailed and it's also free.
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Dec 24, 2009
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 0.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: ID345
- © Colorado Department of Transportation
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.