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  • Vermont endorses zero tolerance for SWI offenses. Vermont's legal limit of intoxication is:
    • 0.08% blood alcohol concentration for an adult 21 or older or…
    • 0.02% blood alcohol concentration for anyone under 21.
  • SWI carries the same penalties as driving while intoxicated (DWI).
  • A conviction can cost you your certificate to operate a snowmobile as well as your license to operate an automobile.
  • Vermont snowmobilers have a choice to make about drinking before venturing out on the trails. The International Association of Snowmobile Administrators has developed a new Zero Alcohol Campaign. This program urges every snowmobiler to choose to be 100% alcohol-free prior to going snowmobiling and during any ride. This is a peer-to-peer recommendation among riders to ride responsibly and alcohol free—it's the smart choice for safer snowmobiling.
A Deadly Mix: Don't Drink and Drive
Stay Safe: Don't Drink and Ride!
Remember: “Zero Tolerance, I say, till I'm done for the day!”