What To Avoid Before Using Your Breathalyzer

March 15, 2012 6:38 pm : Blog
BACtrack S75 Pro Breathalyzer

It takes a little bit of working knowledge to understand how to use a breathalyzer correctly. There are few things you should avoid before the test and things you should remember to do during the test.

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Breathalyzer For Sale – Which Should You Get?

February 22, 2012 4:29 pm : Blog
BACtrack S75 Pro Breathalyzer

Looking for the best breathalyzer for sale? You’ve come to the right place. First, I’d like to direct you to my Top 5 Breathalyzers list. This is a ranked list that I put together that takes into consideration breathalyzer accuracy, features, and how much value you will get for your money.

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How A Portable Breathalyzer Can Keep You Off The Road

February 7, 2012 4:00 pm : Blog
Portable Breathalyzer Test

Purchasing a breathalyzer of your own probably isn’t very important to a lot of people. We tend to be very cocky with how well we can get away with things, like driving after having a few drinks. We often have this self talk that speaks to us and says, “You won’t get pulled over for a DUI” or “I won’t get into accident” until it finally happens. This is dangerous and you should have methods in place to prevent yourself from driving. One of the most powerful ways is having a breathalyzer. Here’s how it’ll stop you from driving.

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Portable Breathalyzer & The Benefits

October 22, 2011 1:33 pm : Blog
BreathKey Breathalyzer - The Digital Keychain Breath Alcohol Tester with Professional Features

Since 1938, the portable breathalyzer or drunkometer as it was called at the time, has been used by law enforcement to curb drunken driving. Since 1954, the first practical breathalyzer was used by people to find out whether they are fit to drive or not after a round of drinking alcohol. Ever since the portable breathalyzers became smaller and even easier to use, they are being used everywhere where blood alcohol content is in dispute.

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How To Buy A Personal Breathalyzer

October 13, 2011 1:44 pm : Blog
Bactrack Element Professional Digital Breathalyzer with Fuel Cell Technology

When buying a personal breathalyzer, most people often refer to a known brand or model, or the brand that’s most often reviewed or talked about. But that’s not our only concern when buying a breathalyzer. There are other things besides the information that’s often seen that may be more important that you may be interested in. This is a guide that will give you hints when you’re thinking of purchasing your own personal breathalyzer, for personal or entertainment purposes. The breathalyzer is, in more ways than one, a life saver. And even if you don’t take its readings seriously, it gives you a guideline on what to do in any event that you see yourself in a situation where you or someone you know needs to drive but have doubts as to whether you or they are legally allowed to.

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Breathalyzer Keychains And Their Benefits

October 4, 2011 1:41 pm : Blog
BreathKey Breathalyzer - The Digital Keychain Breath Alcohol Tester with Professional Features

Breathalyzer keychains are just one of the types of breathalyzers that are available in the market today. Although small, they nonetheless offer the same precision, to a certain extent to that of its bigger brethren. The biggest advantage to a breathalyzer keychain is the apparent size of the entire unit. Most brands that offer a breathalyzer keychain are not bigger than a car remote. In most instances you can place it on a keychain as you would a normal car alarm remote.

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About Alcohol Breathalyzers

September 26, 2011 1:38 pm : Blog
BACtrack Select S80 Breathalyzer Professional Edition

If you drive, it’s common sense not to drink, but unfortunately as human beings we have that sense of being able to do it under any circumstances. Drinking is also a big habit of humans as a species because drinking mixes well with socializing with each other. As a result, drinking and driving are usually at the root of most automobile accidents. We all know that alcohol will impair the brain’s ability to respond to any stimuli. By the time someone tells you that you’re too drunk to drive, you won’t acknowledge it unless you’re stopped by the police when it’s too late.

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