Breath Test Refusal Rates in the United States – 2011 Update
Breath alcohol concentration (BAC) test refusals by suspect- ed impaired drivers are a challenge for impaired driving enforcement and prosecution. Periodically, NHTSA gathers data on State BAC refusal rates and develops an estimated national rate. This information can be useful to States and local jurisdictions. It enables them to track changes over time and compare their rates to other States and the Nation as a whole. NHTSA developed previous estimates for 1987, 2001, and 2005.
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