Drunk Driving Detection

Detecting Drunk Drivers in New Hampshire – Vehicle In Motion

Drunk Driving Detection

New Hampshire police officers and State Troopers are trained to look for potential drunk drivers on New Hampshire roadways. The following list of twenty-four (24) clues of impairment is taught to New Hampshire law enforcement officers at the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Academy, as indicators of DWI. These twenty-four (24) clues, which were developed as a result of research sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) are specifically used by police officers to detect nighttime drunk driving. The twenty-four (24) clues are as follows:

  • Weaving
  • Weaving Across Lane Lines
  • Straddling A Lane Line
  • Swerving
  • Turning With A Wide Radius
  • Drifting
  • Almost Striking Object Or Vehicle
  • Stopping Problems
  • Accelerating Or Decelerating Rapidly
  • Varying Speed
  • Slow Speed (10 miles per hour + below limit)
  • Driving In Opposing Or Crossing Traffic
  • Slow Response To Traffic Signals
  • Slow Or Failure To Respond To Officer’s Signals
  • Stopping In Lane For No Apparent Reason
  • Driving Without Headlights At Night
  • Failure to Signal or Signaling Inconsistent With Actions
  • Following Too Closely
  • Improper Or Unsafe Lane Change
  • Turning Illegally Or Abruptly
  • Driving On Other Than Designated Highway
  • Stopping Inappropriately In Response To Officer
  • Inappropriate Or Unusual Behavior
  • Appearing To Be Drunk

If you have been arrested and charged with a NH DUI for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, the DWI lawyers at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. are here to help. Our skilled New Hampshire criminal defense lawyers represent individuals charged with DWI throughout the State of New Hampshire. Call today for a free telephone consultation at 1-888-511-1010 to discuss your DWI case.

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