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This is a hypothetical story: These past weekend, many drivers were arrested in the San Fernando Valley for DUI. I am not a drinker, but sometimes I need to take medication which may contain a bit of alcohol. So far I have never ran into a DUI checkpoint, but I am afraid my medication can get me in trouble. I know that if i refuse the tests, my punishment can be worse. However, I wonder for people who are under medication and need to drive for employment purposes, what is the best test to take? Is it the blood test? Or the breath test? I know for a fact that I should not do the equilibrium test because it is too easy to fail it.
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