To make it worse, even if the police officer can’t prove that you actually drove the vehicle while impaired, you can still be charged with an OVI, as long as it can be reasonably inferred that you drove while impaired. Like he finds you in the car along side the road passed out, out in the middle of no where -- no way could you get there without driving while you were drunk. You get an OVI.
Second Drinker: The cops found him sleeping his buzz off in his trucktel. He had his keys in his jacket so they busted him with an OVI.
First Drinker: That sucks! It's not like he was drinking and driving!