How long after drinking can you drive?!

Question: How long after drinking can you drive!?
I'm on my red P's so there's a zero tolerance for alcohol!. I'm planning to have a big night on friday and was wondering what time on Saturday I would be safe to drive home!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

For the average person, it takes one hour to process each single alcoholic drink (1 beer, 1 shot (a mixed drink can contain WAY more than one shot), a 5 ounce glass of wine)!.!.!.
So say you start drinking at 9 and you drink 4 drinks - your liver will have processed the toxins by 1 AM!. BUT depending on weight and such - it can differ from individual to individual!.
I think MADD has a chart or a guide for gender, amount, and weight etc!.!.!. You may be able to find it online!.

So if you plan on having a REALLY big night - I'd say get a designated driver!.

Hope that helps!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

they say 1 beer an hour but it really depends on your weight and metabolism and what you ate and drank and your tolerance to it but remember a hangover is still being dui i would say give it 1and a half to 2 hrs per beer so if you drank 2 beers wait 3-4hrs and i think it starts after you stop drinking
but rember you wont rember this when your drunk give your keys to someone not drinkingWww@FoodAQ@Com

well if you plan on drinking you sould get a designated driver!. BUt if that fails!. then if you have one beer you have to wait a hour, that hour dosent start as soon as you start drinking!. it starts when you are done with the drink!. so if you have more than one you should either stay or find a ride!. it is much safer!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

taxi is way cheaper than dui or dwi!. or stay home and do it there!.

the real answer is that it depends on your body weight and a few other things like your metabolism rate!. But seriously it ain't worth the risk!. I know a few people that have landed in jail and they all say the same thing, it sucks!!Www@FoodAQ@Com

just get a hoe and **** her and you will not even know the time that it takes!.!.!.
(time flys)Www@FoodAQ@Com

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