A Vancouver driver can get stopped anywhere by a police officer, even if they are not technically traveling on the roadway. A suspected drunk driving test can happen while the driving is on the road, at a stop sign or even when they are parked. A blood alcohol test is commonly conducted at a suspected drunk driving stop. Whether a breath test is conducted or not, facts surrounding the stop could result in the arrest of the driver, and could ultimately end up with a DUI charge.
Police in Boise recently arrested a man for a DUI in a parking lot. It was purported that the 54-year-old man was in a parking lot at around 7 p.m., and a bystander had rushed to the man when his motorcycle landed on top of him. A witness stated that the man had been swerving in and out of the lanes on Franklin road before he decided to pull into the parking lot where he later tipped over his bike.