In Ohio: A Lower Blood Alcohol Level Indicates Impairment for CDL License Holders
Adam: Yes, the stakes are higher. If a commercial driver is charged with an OVI, the blood alcohol level is actually lower when determining if they are intoxicated in the state of Ohio,
Interviewer: At what level would they be considered intoxicated?
Adam: I believe it starts at .06. It’s really minimal. To go up two-tenths of a point, doesn’t sound like a lot, but you’re talking about literally two drinks and they will be charged an OVI. A person driving a car would not be charged, but they would be close
By Adam Hunt