Labor Day frees us from work to enjoy leisure time like backyard barbecues. If alcohol is involved in your Labor Day celebration, do not drive a motor vehicle. Have a designated driver accompany you to the celebration.
If no designated driver he's available, remember this, your liver takes one hour to remove one ounce of alcohol from your bloodstream.
If you have consumed 3 ounces of alcohol, then it will take your liver three hours to clear the alcohol from your bloodstream.
Do not drink and drive, the AAA offers free towing for your vehicle on Labor Day. Have a safe and happy Labor Day!
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