So, first a little PSA for all of us in Utah and those who might visit Utah. OUR DUI LIMIT IS 0.05% BAC What it takes to get to that limit has been overblown by a bit. If you go out to eat and are the weight of an average man you could safely have two 5%abv beers, or two glasses of wine, or two regular strength ****tails over the course of a meal (more than 1hr) and almost certainly be under that limit. So, have that beer or glass of wine with dinner. If you're gonna have more than one, and if that was the plan going in, then you ought to have had a plan for transportation anyway. That's a good standard to have and I have no problem with Utah making clear that drinking multiple drinks and driving is unacceptable. We have ample UBER, LYFT and taxi service to get you where you need to go safely. Our public transportation is not completely adequate. In limited circumstances, like if you're staying in the downtown area and are out during the day, and you specifically plan your destination based on public transport then it might work for you. Otherwise, have a designated (non-drinking) driver or use one of the above mentioned services. My only real complaint is that our DUI punishments are not tiered. I think 0.05% to 0.08%BAC should be a lesser charge, especially on a first offense, than your standard DUI. But it's not. Our DUI punishments have not changed at all, just the BAC limit. I also think 0.14%BAC punishments should be higher than they are. If you are above 0.14%BAC you were drinking with purpose. Having a drink or two per hour will not get you there. So there is no way you thought maybe you were under the limit, you just decided to drive even though you are unquestionably intoxicated and a significant danger to others. Our legislators said in response to being the first state to go to 0.05% BAC that first, the new limit was a ways off (it's here now) so we can work out the finer details before it goes into effect. They also said, in response to the criticism that Utah was once again singling ourselves out as having weird alcohol laws, that while we were the first there would surely be other states to enact that standard before our law went into effect. None have. We're out here on our own, being the state with the weird alcohol laws. That's just who we are.