This is the amount of beer you can drink before testing positive

The saying goes that there is no worse blind than the one who does not want to see. Altering this popular phrase, the Civil Guard considers that “there is no worse driver than the one who wants to drive after drinking”.

With the aim of preventing traffic accidents from occurring as a result of alcohol consumption, the armed institute developed a graph in which we can quickly consult how much beer we can use to give a positive result in a breathalyzer test, depending on the weight of each one.

The saying goes that “there is no worse blind than the one who does not want to see”… and we believe that there is no worse driver than the one who wants to drive after drinking.

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Let us remember that to test positive and, therefore, be prevented from driving according to current traffic regulations, it is enough to exceed 0.5 grams of alcohol per liter in blood or 0.25 milligrams per liter in exhaled air. This scale is slightly lower for novice drivers, standing at 0.3 g/liter in blood and 0.15 mg/l in expired air. In addition, it should be remembered that it is for underage drivers.

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Assuming that beer, on average, has a graduation of 5 degrees (and this is not always the case, as it can have more), the Civil Guard has established a 330-milliliter jug ​​as a unit of measure. This amount would be the same as a third, half or median (depending on the region in which we are).

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One, two or three jars

Thus, the Civil Guard estimates that with 330 ml of beer, anyone weighing less than 70 kilos will already test positive, whether male or female. Those who are in 80 kg, on the other hand, would present an alcohol rate of 0.2 mg/L in expired air.

Two jars or thirds (660 ml) would be enough for any person to have a positive rate, with ranges ranging from 0.5 mg/l in expired air for the least heavy to 1 mg/l.

If there are three medians ingested, the rates are between 0.7 in the case of the largest people and 1.5 for the smallest.

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