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Alabama prohibits anyone from driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle:
+ with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08% or more, or
+ while under the influence of drugs, alcohol or any impairing substance—or combination thereof—to a degree that renders the person incapable of safely driving a vehicle.

The BAC threshold is reduced to .04% or more if the licensee is driving a commercial vehicle, and it’s unlawful for drivers who are under 21 years old to operate a vehicle with a BAC of .02% or more. However, offenders under 21 years old aren’t subject to the penalties outlined below, but only a 30-day license suspension and substance abuse treatment.

  1st Offense 2nd Offense 3rd Offense
Jail Up to 1 year 5 days to 1 year    60 days to 1 year
Fines $600 to $2,100 $1,100 to $5,100   $2,100 to $10,100
License Suspension 90 days 1-year revocation   3-year revocation
Ignition Interlock Device 6 months (2 years with BAC of .15% or more, passenger under age 14, injury accident, or BAC test refusal)   2 years (4 years with BAC of .15% or more or BAC test refusal)                                                    3 years (6 years with BAC of .15 or more or BAC test refusal)