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Driving and alcohol
Norwegian legislation related to driving and
alcohol is strict.
If someone has a blood alcohol level of more
than 20 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood, he/she
is deemed to be under the influence of alcohol for the purposes of
the Road Traffic Act.
The regulations dealing with driving or
attempting to drive while under the influence of alcohol or any
other intoxicating or narcotic substance can be found in section 22
of the Road Traffic Act (cf. the links given in Chapter 19