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Montana is the Deadliest State for Drunk Driving

The laws of Montana consider anyone with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or higher to be alcohol-impaired, meaning it’s against the law to drive or operate heavy machinery. Unfortunately, drunk driving accidents happen more often that drivers would like to think— especially in Montana

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