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The Problem Of Drunk Driving And How It Can Be Detected And Prevented

Here in the United States, drunk driving is a real problem, one that has already cost many lives – and many peoples’ freedoms as well. In fact, drunk driving is so dangerous that a new person becomes injured in a drunk driving related incident for every two seconds that pass, and many people lose their lives to drunk driving as well, up to twenty eight for each and every day that passes by. And drunk driving is far from isolated here in the United States – instead, it is widespread.

The data backs this up, showing that as many as three hundred thousand people get behind the wheel while drunk, though unfortunately less than five thousand of them will actually be caught. It has even been estimated that the average drunk driver will get away with driving drunk upwards of eighty times before finally being caught and charged. There is no doubt about it that drunk driving is all too common in the United States as well as incredibly and increasingly dangerous.

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How Does a Breathalyzer Work?

Drinking and driving is a mistake, and getting a driving under the influence (DUI) charge is a huge headache for an individual, from the legal ramifications to the embarrassment involved. If you are a first time DUI charge offender, you may be frustrated and confused on what your next steps are, from paying court fines to researching car breathalyzer prices. Unfortunately, chances are you have had an ignition interlock system installed in your vehicle, where you are required to prove you are sober before your vehicle will start. If you are unsure of what these are or how they work, see below.

A car breathalyzer is installed in the vehicle of someone with a DUI charge to make sure they are not drinking before they start their vehicle. The driver must breathe into the device so it can determine if the blood alcohol content (BAC) in your system is too high. The acceptable BAC in each state for unlocking a car breathalyzer va Continue reading