There are certain conditions that may make driving more difficult for some. Some of those conditions may include health problems, seeing at night or other issues that may it difficult to judge where one is or how one is driving. Recently in Indiana, a councilman was pulled over for suspicion of drunk driving but he insisted a medical condition made it difficult for him to comply with any field sobriety tests.
The 34-year-old councilman was observed driving the wrong way along a bypass, according to authorities. He was pursued by police and another officer came on the scene to stop traffic in the road until they could get the councilman to stop. When stopped, he supposedly said he had been drinking earlier in the day and the officer claimed to have smelled alcohol.