What should you do if you’re pulled over and you’ve been drinking?
I've heard you never let them breath test you and you retain your right to silence. Is that right? What should you do if you know you've had a few drinks?
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Of course, be aware that suspension periods for a refusal to blow are double to triple the time frame, than if you take and fail the test, and that a conviction can usually be had based on the officer's observations of you at the time of the stop, e.g., odor of alcohol on breath, eyes, speech and physical co-ordination.
That is a decision you would have to make.