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ALRAlliance for Lupus Research (New York City)
ALRAmerican Law Reports (analysis legal issues)
ALRAmerican Legion Riders
ALRAutomatic Locking Retractor (seat belts)
ALRAssisted Living Residence
ALRAgricultural Land Reserve (Canada)
ALRAdministrative License Revocation
ALRAdvanced Logical Research
ALRAccess List Rule
ALRAutomatic Locking Retractor
ALRAddress Low Register
ALRAcceptable Level of Risk (US Air Force)
ALRAdaptive Link Rate (green communications)
ALRArt Loss Register
ALRAnalgesia
ALRAustralian Law Reports (University of Tasmania Library)
ALRAssignment of Leases and Rents
ALRAmerican Law Review
ALRAdam LaRoche (baseball player)
ALRAustralian Literary Review
ALRAction Leakage Rate (annual average atmospheric dispersion factor)
ALRAllgemeines Landrecht (Prussian civil code)
ALRadiabatic lapse rate
ALRAutomated Lab Reactor (equipment)
ALRAciéries et Laminoirs de Rives (French steel manufacturer; Rives, France)
ALRAdvanced Launch System
ALRArtillery Locating Radar
ALRAmicale Laïque de Redon (French sports association; Redon, France)
ALRActive Life Reserves (insurance)
ALRAllergenic Effects
ALRApplication Location Register (Sprint)
ALRAssociation Lyonnaise de Radioamateurs (French amateur radio club; Lyon, France)
ALRAircraft Load Rating (aviation)
ALRAirlift-Loop Reactor
ALRAlternate Link Routing
ALRAdvanced Logic Research, Incorporated
ALRAdministrative Letter Report
ALRAssociated Lighting Representatives, Inc (Oakland, CA)
ALRAcceptable Loss Rate
ALRAutomated Legal Research
ALRAcademy Law Review
ALRAssociation des Loisirs de Rogerville (French: Rogerville Recreation Association)
ALRAllowable Level of Risk
ALRApplication-level Requirement
ALRApplication Layer Relay (ANSI)
ALRAutomatic Laser Restart
ALRAutomated Literature Request System (Sprint)
ALRAirborne Laser Range Finder
ALRAgents Loss Reporting
ALRAutomatic Lightpath Restoration (Lucent)
ALRAugusto Luis Ralha
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Administrative license revocation "allows people with a drinking problem to keep drinking and driving.
When Nebraska adopted the administrative license revocation law in 1994, ignition interlock technology was just developing.
But anyway, administrative license revocation has not impacted negatively on sales, according to the statistics we have received.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has concluded that .08 BAG laws are effective in reducing drunk driving fatalities when combined with other counter measures, particularly administrative license revocation laws.
Administrative license revocation laws permit the immediate confiscation of the license of a driver who has been pulled over for suspected drunk driving and then fails a Breathalyzer test measuring the amount of alcohol in the blood.
Thirty-seven states and the District of Columbia currently provide for administrative license revocation. This is considered one of the most effective drunk driving countermeasures because it immediately takes intoxicated drivers off the streets and supports a public perception that justice for driving drunk is swift and sure.
Most states have comprehensive drunk driving laws on the books including administrative license revocation and mandatory minimum fines and sentences.
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