True, except when you’re behind the wheels, darling.
Not cool, guys, not cool:
A German, identified as Christian, the sales director of a transport company, had been driving along Qilianshan Road in Baoshan District on the night of August 7. His car was in a collision with a pedestrian. A blood test recorded 3.13 milligrams of alcohol per millimeter, while the limit is 0.8mg/ml. A Greek named Santos, manager of a local plastic company, was found drunk driving without a driving license on Yan’an Road early on July 27. His blood alcohol content was above the limit. And South Korean Lee Chi-Young, a company representative in Suzhou, was stopped on May 21 on Yan’an Road. His blood alcohol content was 0.96mg/ml. Under an amendment to China’s Criminal Law effective on May 1, drivers with alcohol levels at or above the legal limit are considered guilty of dangerous driving.
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