Our Toledo, Ohio motorcycle accident lawyers handle cases on a regular basis where motorcyclists are hit by drunk drivers, or people riding on the back of a motorcycle are injured by the motorcycle driver who has been drinking.
One way to figure out what you might blow on a Breathalyzer test is normal, for every glass of beer, a glass of wine, or shot alcohol that you consume, your blood alcohol level would be 0.02 for a person weighing approximately 150 pounds. You can then subtract 0.01 for every hour that passes.
Hypothetically, if you had 6 beers, that would be a 0.12 blood alcohol lever. If you consumed those drinks over 3 hours, that the blood alcohol level would be a 0.12 minus 0.03, which would be a 0.09, which would still put you over the legal limit.