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DUI Breathalyzer in Car

Posted on June 8th, 2011 by Dario  |  No Comments »

A DUI Breathalyzer in car only means that the owner is a chronic drinker and has been convicted. Breathalyzers installed in cars act as ignition interlocks. They prevent the car from starting up if the driver is drunk. The car also stops for random rolling tests so asking another person to blow on the tube before you leave is not a good idea unless you want to get stranded. Some analyzers sound the alarm if you fail the test while driving your car. In short, there are no proven ways to fool a breathalyzer, only myths.

Breathalyzers can also be installed in a car for personal use. Say for example, a mother trying to prevent a child from driving while under the influence. Although majority of the people who have these things are actually convicted.

A group of car companies has been collaborating in researching ways to incorporate alcohol analyzers in their cars. Some even say that by 2012, all cars manufactured will have a built-in Alcohol tester that takes samples through direct skin contact.

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Alcohol Breathalyzer for Cars

Posted on May 17th, 2010 by Dario  |  No Comments »

Alcohol Breathalyzer for cars is designed to reduce or stop a person that has deemed as dangerous drunk driver. The car breathalyzer is design to prevent the driver or owner of the car from driving it if under the influence of alcohol. Basically these units work to prevent would-be drunk drivers from endangering themselves or others lives.

The modern in car breathalyzers have safety measures that include disabling the car if the unit is tampered with, a special driver recognition method to prevent an not permitted person from giving the breath sample.

Alcohol Breathalyzer for Cars Report by WJZ

This is a video report on reasons why a car breathalyzer can help curb drunk driving.

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