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Is it true that a person’s gender and body weight have an impact on how intoxicated they will get from a certain amount of alcohol?
“A number of factors come into play: how much you weigh, your health, whether you are a man or a woman.” (Driving Licence Book, 19th Edition, page 210)
“Women are often smaller than men, which means they have a lower tolerance of alcohol as the alcohol is distributed over a smaller body volume. But even if a man and a woman weigh the same, the woman will have a lower alcohol tolerance than the man. Part of the explanation for this is that the man’s body has a lower proportion of fatty tissue and a higher proportion of water.” (The Swedish Council for Information on Alcohol and Other Drugs)
This is an example of one of the driving theory questions at Körtkortonline.se (also in theory tests in Arabic).
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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