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In addition, yesterday the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommended that all 50 states adopt a blood alcohol content (BAC) cutoff of 0.05 compared to the 0.08 standard on the books today and used by law enforcement and the courts to prosecute drunk driving. The safety board estimates 500-800 lives would be save annually if states followed their recommendation. Currently, nearly 10,000 people die annually in alcohol related motor vehicle crashes. Alcohol impaired driving has attributed to the loss of 440,000 lives in the United States in the last 30 years. To read more about the NTSB recommendation, click here: Tougher Drunk Driving Threshold Proposed.