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.
Generally, the only difference between a DUI and a DWI is what the acronym stands for.
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.
There’s a reason why officers who administer breathalyzers to DUI suspects have the suspects breathe long and hard into the breathalyzer.
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.