Bar Provides Wall-Mounted Breathalyzer to Patrons


Unless you own a personal breathalyzer, determining your blood alcohol content before you leave a bar is nothing more that speculation based on what you drank, how much you drank, and how fast you drank it. Hopping in your car after using such a dubious method is a good way to get caught driving over the legal limit, or worse, cause an accident.

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What’s the Difference Between DUI and DWI?


Generally, the only difference between a DUI and a DWI is what the acronym stands for.

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Smartphone Breathometer


It never ceases to amaze me what a smartphone can do, from detecting metal (for iPhones with built-in magnetometers) to monitoring your heart rate to scanning documents. Believe it or not, the iPhone can also provide you with a BAC reading.

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Breathing Patterns Affects Breathalyzers


There’s a reason why officers who administer breathalyzers to DUI suspects have the suspects breathe long and hard into the breathalyzer.

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California Ranked 19th for States with Worst Drivers, Not Because of DUIs


When it comes to driving, Californians (especial Southern Californians) are pretty elitist. However, a new poll by carinsurancecomparison.com suggests that Californians’ perceptions may be unjustified.

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