What is the blood-alcohol limit in Nebraska?

I’m always so nervous when my dad drives home after having a couple of beers, so it would ease my mind to know that he’s within the legal limit. What’s the BAC limit in Nebraska?

Liz Jenson · Answered on Dec 12, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
In Nebraska, the legal blood-alcohol content (BAC) limit is 0.08%. If a driver is caught with a BAC of 0.08% or higher, they will be charged with a DUI.
The safest way to get home after even having one drink is by having a designated driver. Everyone processes alcohol differently and one or two drinks could put your dad past the legal limit or impair his driving abilities.
The main thing, of course, is that your dad is driving safely. If you start to notice a decline in his driving abilities after having drinks with dinner, it might be time to discuss alternative options for getting home.
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