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If you refuse to take a drug test upon the request of a police officer,


New York State's "implied consent" law states that if you operate a motor vehicle on the state's public roads, you are implying your consent to be tested for alcohol or drugs. If a police officer believes you are driving under the influence, he or she may ask you to take a test for alcohol or drugs. If you refuse, your driver license will be revoked for a period of time depending on your age and prior driving record. After that, you will have to apply for a new driver license.