Your Rights at a DUI Checkpoint [Video]
There are often multiple DUI checkpoints set up to discourage drunk driving. Here are some important things to keep in mind before you come across one this season.
You are required to show your ID and registration.
You must step out of the vehicle if you have been asked.
You are NOT required to undergo a field sobriety test.
You are not required to undergo a breath test. Refusing a blood test may lead to losing your driving privileges for one year.
A checkpoint alone does not give police the right to search your vehicle.
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