Motorists in Kentucky can be charged with five different DUI violations. Kentucky’s different types of DUI are:

(1) operating or in physical control of a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol;

(2) operating or in physical control of a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration;

(3) operating or in physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of any other substance which impairs driving ability;

(4) operating or in physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of a combination of alcohol any substance which impairs driving ability; and

(5) if under 21 years of age and operating or in physical control of a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration.

The Kentucky DUI laws cover operating or physical control of a motor vehicle “anywhere” in the state, which includes private property.