What's NewQuick bug fix - the "Additional under the influence criteria" field was not displaying properly.
App DescriptionNo rules vary more as you travel across the USA than the rules around drinking. What you can buy, when you can buy it, where, and how much you are taxed varies dramatically from state to state.
And if you drink irresponsibly - so do the rules around DUI. Some states are MUCH stricter than others.
Don't be caught off guard trying to buy a beer on Sunday in Utah, vodka in a grocery store in Florida, or wine at a convenience store in Pennsylvania.
Meanwhile, in Texas - you can't take your kids into a liquor store, but you can buy them a six-pack...
State Lines: Alcohol clears up the confusion, providing a clear and concise quick reference to laws around alcohol (and DUI) in all 50 states.
State Lines: Alcohol is location aware, so it can automatically show you information about nearby states. Sometimes crossing a border can drop the taxes on your beer run dramatically - it pays to know.
The entire State Lines: Alcohol database is integrated into the application, so State Lines: Alcohol works even when you are out of cellular or WiFi coverage.
If you like State Lines: Alcohol, please check out our more comprehensive application - State Lines. Currently State Lines tracks 43 pieces of travel relevant information for each of the 50 states; including vehicle gun carry laws, state sales tax, time zones, towing & RV specific laws, gas/diesel taxes, rest area overnight parking rules, default speed limits, alcohol sales laws, smoking bans, open container laws, state park camping entrance fees, pet leash laws, bicycle and motorcycle helmet laws, cell phone & texting bans, left hand turn rules, and more.
State Lines is an essential application for anyone traveling around the United States - whether by RV, car, train, bike, plane, or boat. No matter how you travel, if you’re frequently crossing state lines, you need State Lines.
State Lines and State Lines: Alcohol are growing projects, and we welcome feedback on ideas for other useful state specific information to include in future versions. Please let us know what else you would like us to track!
NOTE: State Lines: Alcohol is intended to provide an at-a-glance summarized guide to rules and regulations, and it is not an exhaustive legal reference. While every effort has been made to provide quality data, no warranty for accuracy of data is expressed or implied. Keep in mind, local regulations can often override state level rules, and laws frequently change. Always verify with the proper authorities before assuming anything.
Because some things change when you cross the line...
July 15, 2010 Initial Release