Avoiding A DUI Ticket Avoiding a DUI is not about encouraging you to drive drunk. You should never drive drunk. It's dangerous to yourself and others. Don't do it. However, if you have even one drink and drive, you are at risk of getting a DUI, even if you are below the legal limit. It happens all of the time. DUI tests differ from State to State and County to County, but most areas have tests that are fairly similar. DUI tests are designed for you to fail. They are completely subjective. In other words, it's entirely up to the police officer on whether or not you pass. If he doesn't want you to pass, you won't pass the DUI tests. That's why, most experts recommend that you avoid these tests altogether. By taking these tests that you are likely to fail, you are only providing the police with more evidence with which to obtain a conviction. Most people don't realize that these DUI tests are voluntary. That's right you don't have to take them. Sure, the officer will use language and actions to try and encourage you to take them. He won't tell you that you don't have to take them. He'll simply ask you to get out of the car and do whatever test he asks. But I realize that even if you are told not to take these tests, that some of you will go ahead and take the DUI tests anyway. That's a very risky strategy. However, since you are bound and determined to take the tests, you'll need some guidance on how to proceed. There are numerous tips and techniques for dealing with these tests. In my other articles, I address even more of these tips and techniques. The Single Most Important Thing You Can Do Here is the single most important thing you can do to increase the likelihood of not failing a DUI test: practice. I know. It's not sexy, but it is a fact. You'll need to put some time in and really prepare for these tests. Practice them thoroughly and regularly. If you can do that, then you'll be way ahead of the game. Listen Carefully To The Instructions Before each test, cops will tell you exactly what they want you to do. It's very important that you listen carefully, and follow their instructions exactly as they state them. The reason is that you will be evaluated on your ability to follow directions. For example, if a cop asks you to take nine steps and then turn around, if you only take eight steps and turn around, he will likely fail you. Don't make it easy for him to fail you. So keep in mind these tips for dealing with DUI tests. By practicing these tests often, you'll be way ahead of the game. You should never drive drunk. It's dangerous to yourself and others. Don't do it. However, if you have even one drink and drive, you are at risk of getting a DUI, even if you are below the legal limit. It happens all of the time.
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