In most countries with laws concerning drunk driving, the standard is set by a person's blood alcohol content (also called blood alcohol concentration).
What does BAC stand for?
BAC stands for Blood Alcohol Content
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- BiologicalAgents PC
- Biometric Access Control (security)
- Bioremediation Action Committee (EPA)
- Biotechnology Advisory Committee
- Black Alumni Chapter (various organizations)
- Black Alumni Club (various schools)
- Blackout Arts Collective (grassroots network)
- Block-Acknowledge Counter (ITU-T)
- Blood Alcohol Calculator
- Blood Alcohol Concentration
- Bloomer Amusement Co., Inc.
- Board, Authority, Commission, or Committee (Fairfax County, VA)
- Boating Advisory Council (Florida, USA)
- Bobcat Athletic Club (aka BAC'ers, Estes Park, Colorado, USA)
- Boeing Airplane Company
- Bollard Acoustical Consultants, Inc (Auburn, CA)
- Boomerang Association of Canada
- Booster Assembly Contractor
- Boric Acid Concentrator
- Born Again Christian
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Jack Moran The Register-Guard Court records indicate that Eugene police officer Derek DeWitt's blood alcohol content was at least .
The life of a Bulgarian man with a blood alcohol content of 0.
08 blood alcohol content legislation into law on March 18, 2002, making Mississippi the 31st State to lower the driving-under-the-influence offense from 0.
At the time of the crash, her ex-husband's blood alcohol content was almost three times the legal limit, says Hunt.
This level, according to estimates of blood alcohol content, exceeds the drunk driving limit of most states.
TMZ reported that Dunn was going 130 mph and his blood alcohol content (.