Driving while intoxicated punishable by a severe penalties, including large fines and long license suspension.That is why when drinking non-alcoholic beer while driving should be very careful, it is recommended to avoid the use of these beverages.The main reason for this recommendation is the presence of a small proportion of alcohol in the form of a beer beverage.It is significantly less than in a conventional beer, however its numerical value is typically less than half a percent.But this amount would be sufficient in identifying the inspector to prosecute.
should be noted that non-alcoholic beer is never completely devoid of alcohol, as is done on a similar technology.It is b
elieved that a small amount of alcohol vapor quickly disappears from the body of the driver, however, guarantee the performance of devices to zero when using non-alcoholic beer while driving no one can.That is why drivers should not risk it, though said beverage drinking several hours before driving a car does not usually entail negative consequences.This trust inscriptions that indicate a zero alcohol content and posted on cans and bottles with nonalcoholic beer, do not, as a detailed analysis of the product clearly indicates that it contains a certain percentage of alcohol, which affects the numeric values displayed by special testers.
additional circumstances indicating the need to avoid the use of non-alcoholic beer while driving can be a medical examination, which is to pass the driver will be required at the request of the inspector.The legislation allows specified officials to direct drivers to such an examination in the presence of external signs of intoxication, one of which is the presence of the odor.In view of the fact that non-alcoholic beer is a source of the same smell as this alcoholic beverage options, from such risks should be avoided.As a minimum, the presence of such suspicions by the inspector will turn the loss of a significant amount of time, and under unfortunate circumstances, a citizen loses the right to control his vehicle.
- Government Decree of 26.06.2008 N 475