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By driving on North Dakota's public roads, you imply consent to

A chemical testing for alcohol or drugs.

Under North Dakota law, by driving on public roads or in other public areas that are open to vehicles, you imply consent to chemical testing for alcohol and drugs upon request of a law enforcement officer. (Note: The North Dakota Noncommercial Drivers License Manual states incorrectly that you imply consent by obtaining a North Dakota driver's license. However, North Dakota law does not exempt unlicensed drivers from giving implied consent.) [Implied Consent; Drinking, Drugs and Driving; North Dakota Noncommercial Drivers License Manual], [ND Cen. Code § 39-20]