Visit Our Booth at the Governor’s Conference on Hospitality and Tourism
Come check out our booth and ask how we could
- Improve your website conversion rate by 25%
- Dramatically improve your area’s brand recognition by exposing you to 60% of an audience
- Help you determine how well your digital ads are working
You can drop your card off to receive any of the following:
- A report on how effective billboards really are.
- A list of the top mistakes people make with geofenced ads
- A free assessment of the effectiveness of your digital advertising or site speed.
We would like to know what your biggest marketing challenge is–even if we do not have an answer, we will help you find someone who can solve it.
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1) What constitutes “Driving Under the Influence”?
The State of Tennessee can convict someone of DUI if they prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the person was:
-driving or in physical control of
-any automobile or other motor driven vehicle
-on any public road, highway, street, alley, parking lot, or any other premises frequented by the public at large, while
under the influence of any intoxicant (alcohol or drugs) or with a blood or breath alcohol concentration of .08% or greater
2) For what reasons can a police officer pull someone over in the first place?
Officers must have what is called “probable cause” to pull you over. They cannot pull someone over because they have a gut feeling the person is intoxicated. The most common reasons an officer might pull a person over are traffic violations, such as speeding, swerving, or headlights/taillights out.