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Question:

According to the New Jersey Driver Manual, if a driver has a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of slightly above 0.05%, his or her chance of causing an accident

A doubles.
Explaination

According to the New Jersey Driver Manual, if a driver has a BAC of slightly above 0.05%, his or her chance of causing an accident doubles. Note that this value is below the legal limit for adults. [How Much is Too Much?, Chapter 6: Drinking, Drugs and Health, The New Jersey Driver Manual]