May I refuse to take a breath, blood or urine test if required by law enforcement?

In Florida, you do not have a right to refuse such tests, you only have the option to do so.  By accepting driving privileges in the State of Florida, you are deemed to have consented to to submit to such tests.  You may refuse such tests as long as you were not involved in an accident involving serious bodily injury or death.  While you may refuse such tests, there are consequences for doing so as driving is a privilege and not a right.  Consequences for refusing to submit to such tests allows the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to immediately suspend your driver’s license for a period one (1) year for your first refusal, or eighteen (18) months if you have previously refused.  Evidence of your refusal may be used against you in a criminal proceeding.