What is the Kansas blood-alcohol limit?

My friend never wants to drive home after dinner because he has one drink, but I always tell him there’s no way he’ll get a DUI. What’s the blood-alcohol limit in Kansas?

Liz Jenson · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
, the blood-alcohol content (BAC) limit is 0.08%. For the average person, this is the equivalent of about four drinks, although BAC is largely dependent on your body type and size.
If your friend feels unsafe driving after drinking, however, you should encourage that behavior! Some people do feel intoxicated after one drink due to medications, body type, and other factors that can affect alcohol tolerance. It’s always better to be safe than sorry, particularly in the case of drunk driving.
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