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Question:

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

A chemical testing for alcohol and drugs.
Explaination

Under Tennessee's Implied Consent law, by operating a vehicle on South Dakota's public roads, you imply consent to chemical testing for alcohol and drugs upon request of a law enforcement officer. Note that DUI and violating Implied Consent are separate offenses. If you are placed under arrest and a law enforcement officer asks you to take the test and you refuse, the court will likely suspend your driving privileges for twelve months – even if you aren't convicted of DUI.