DUI Violations

The state of California is stricter than many other states when it comes to defining a DUI charge. For those drivers who are above the age of 21, just like in their neighboring states, California considers a DUI violation to be driving with a blood alcohol content of over .08 percent. The commercial drivers in their state also receive similar treatment when compared to those across the country. Their blood alcohol limit is .04 percent. Minors, however, those under the age of 21, are not allowed to have any alcohol in their system while they're driving. Even having a .01 percent blood alcohol content will result in a DUI.