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  • http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/hdbk/pgs72duichart.htm Here is a chart by weight of person, the amount of alcohol consumed and time it takes to leave the body, this is courtesy of the DMV. (Department of Motor Vehicles)
  • It really depends on your body mass, metabolism and how much alcohol you consume on a regular basis. If you drink everyday and have been doing so for awhile, your liver takes longer to process the liquor. I had to take monthly drug tests for my job - over a span of 3 years- and I always allowed at least 2 days time. Keep in mind, if your test is diluted from drinking too much water, it is the same thing as failing; at least it is in the state of Indiana. Alcohol is usually figured at about an hour a drink (for a casual drinker) but I'd stay clean for 24 hours if you have the time, 48 is much better.
  • for every drink that you consume it takes an hour to leave your system,so every time you go to the bathroom some of the alcohol is being released.
  • How long does it take for alcohol to exit your system so that it doesn't show up in urinalysis?
  • See ALCOHOL IMPAIRMENT CHART at http://www.ou.edu/oupd/bac.htm
  • 0ne hour per ounce
  • The UK searches show an answer of about one unit per hour but of course there are individual differences. I hear that police here are targeting morning commuters. Sorry but I feel that is unfair. Many people are unaware that alcohol may show in their system the morning after. They feel fine and they ARE fine. They are just easy pickings - responsible people who didn't have a clue they were breaking the law and who could lose their jobs, homes, families as a result. And not much publicity about this I note. Hmmmm... Unfortunately the breathalyser does not show if you are driving home after a nightshift, an argument with your partner, a family trauma.... All of these can affect your concentration because we are all human.

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