Driving under the influences doesn't just apply to operating a car or truck.

It pretty much applies to operating any kinc of motorized vehcile, especially if you decide to operate it on a public street. According to a Times Union report, a Pittstown man was arrested in Schaghticoke for operating an ATV on a street under the influence of alcohol. John Banks was given a field sobriety test after hitting a curb on Second Street, and ultimately was found to be over the legal limit with a blood alcohol level of .22%.

So, next time you are partying and feel like a joy ride on that off road cruiser, or heck even a garden tractor, just like any other situation, leave the operating to someone else.