Move To No BAC Zero Tolerance For DUI
NoBAC.org is the domain name for the original "Move To No BAC Zero Tolerance For DUI" web site which was placed online in summer 1998. "BAC" refers to "blood-alcohol content", and "DUI" means "driving under the influence".
NoBAC.org was inspired by the life and death of 14-year-old DUI victim Mark Andrew Engle in 1991. This web site seeks to remind communities about the dangers of alcohol-impaired driving (with any percentage of alcohol present in the driver's blood) and to provide poems and other resources that raise awareness about consequences.
The owner-editor of noBAC.org is the mother of DUI victim Mark Andrew Engle and three older children. Mrs. Engle attended a technical college to learn how to make a user-friendly web site so that she could honor this son who was killed and provide resources for communities around the world that are robbed each time a personality and potential community leader is killed because of alcohol-impaired driving.