Norway has had 0.02 as the legal limit for _many_ years now, this basically means that you cannot drive after a single half liter of beer, glass of wine or a shot of whisky.
I.e. all driving after drinking is drunk driving. BTW, when Norway introduced a legal driving limit in 1936, it was the first country in the world to do so:
This web site (in Norwegian) shows the current rules: 0.02 to 0.05% leads to a fine of 1.5 months worth of your gross salary (or average income if you're a stock broker or similar), which means that it can get very expensive indeed when if the driver is a rich idiot. (Those fines are for when you are stopped without any accident, in a crash they will go up and your insurance won't cover anything.)
At 0.12%, i.e. 50% over the US limit, you are looking at at least 21 days in prison on top of that huge fine.
We have a lot more Teslas per capita here than in any other country but I haven't heard of a single drunk driving incident so far.
"Fast cars don't kill people, bad drivers kill people."