Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the largest urban areas in the world. Every day, many people travel in the area to go to work, school and play or to visit friends and family. A large percentage of the population drives to their destinations and they realize what a privilege it is to drive. Those who do not drive may still agree that driving is essential, even for running errands within a small geographic area.
However, if the police suspect you of driving while intoxicated, you could lose your driving privileges. According to Texas laws, there are two major reasons why a driver may face a license suspension: DWI convictions and breath-test refusals following a DWI stop. A DWI charge can be filed against a person if that person has a blood alcohol concentration level of 0.08 or higher while operating a motor vehicle. The BAC tolerance levels for commercial drivers and underage drivers are lower.