Effective October 31, 2010, the Michigan Motor Vehicle Code was amended adding a new definition of drunk driving applicable to drivers with bodily alcohol content (BAC) of .17 or more grams of alcohol in their body. Drivers convicted under this new definition will be subject to enhanced punitive and license sanctions and will also be required to undergo one year of alcohol treatment. The enhanced punitive and license sanctions will apply only to first time high BAC offenders. Second and subsequent offense license and punitive sanctions will remain unchanged regardless of the driver’s BAC. The reason for this is that the current overall punishment for repeat offenders is still greater than that established for super drunks.