Nevada does not stipulate a difference between a DUI (Driving Under
the Influence) and a DWI (Driving While Intoxicated). Typically,
the term used in this offense in Nevada is DUI.
A DUI is a broader term that refers to those drivers who are operating
a motor vehicle while impaired, so DUI can cover a broader scope of
impairment including impairment caused by drugs as well as
alcohol. Also, a driver can be charged with a DUI if impairment
is evident and regardless of the level of their BAC, thereby making DUI
a more general, all-encompassing term.