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Know when to take Uber, or just chill out for awhile...
Take it from one who knows. A DUI or DWI or anything else, your place calls it ... SUCKS! I had a rough period in my life, and I got 3 OF THEM in 2 weeks!
My Mug Shot after my 3rd DUI - look at the emptiness in my eyes! I knew jail time & worse was on it's way!
Bonding Out SUCKS!
Getting a Lawyer SUCKS!
Going to Court SUCKS!
Paying Fines, DUI School, Losing Your License and even more jail time SUCKS!
$1,000s of dollars wasted when it could be avoided. For the price of lunch, you can save yourself SO much pain and $.
DON'T DO IT! Get a breathalyzer and DON'T drive Impaired again! Check your breathalyzer and then call Uber, do not drive!
Where I live anyway, the blood alcohol level for a DUI is SO low that you could literally stir down for a dinner out - for 1 hour - and have 2 drinks and BAM! Depending on your height, weight, gender etc. you just MIGHT be "LEGALLY" drunk!
Don't take the chance... Use this pocket size breathalyzer and make sure. Maybe you just need to wait, chill out for another half hour before driving. THEN if you get pulled over, show the officer your personal breathalyzer!!! I'm not saying it will get you off but it will give you a much better chance of showing you were trying to be responsible!
Don't wait - Get yours now! I wish I had one. Yes, that is MY picture after my 3rd... DON'T DO IT! Get your breathalyzer now!
Why do I need a breath alcohol tester? Learn a bit about BAC (Blood Alcohol Level)
A Breathalyzer is a valuable purchase to ensure personal safety and the safety of others. An individual may purchase one for self-testing and monitoring to avoid the consequences of driving while intoxicated, or simply for a general understanding of how alcohol affects the body.
Since factors like weight, muscle mass, and recently consumed food or beverages all affect the measurement of person's blood alcohol content (BAC), it's impossible to accurately gauge intoxication level without a measurement tool like a breathalyzer. People are often enlightened when they measure their %BAC, particularly on different occasions after the same amount of alcohol is consumed.
What is %BAC?
Blood Alcohol Content or Blood Alcohol Concentration, abbreviated BAC, is the concentration of alcohol in a person's blood. BAC is most commonly used as a metric of intoxication for legal or medical purposes, and it's usually measured as mass per volume. For example, a BAC of 0.05% means 0.05 grams of alcohol per 100 grams of a person's blood, or 0.5 grams of alcohol per 1000 grams of blood.
Factors that affect your BAC include the following:
Age– As you age, the intoxicating effects of alcohol become increasingly pronounced.
Gender– Alcohol is highly water soluble. Because women generally have lower water content in their bodies than men, they usually reach a higher BAC if they consume alcohol at a similar rate to their male counterparts, even if they are the same age and weight. Women also have a lower quantity of an enzyme in their stomachs that breaks down alcohol than men.
Rate of Consumption– The faster you consume alcohol, the faster your BAC will rise.
Drink Strength– The more alcohol a drink contains, the more will end up in your bloodstream.
Body Type– The more you weigh, the more water you tend have in your body, which has a diluting effect on the alcohol you consume. That’s why larger people usually require more drinks to “keep pace” with their smaller companions.
Fat/Muscle Content– Fatty tissue is low in water content and cannot absorb alcohol, and the alcohol must remain in the bloodstream until the liver can break it down. However, tissues that are higher in water content, such as muscle, do absorb alcohol. Hence BAC will usually be higher in the person with more body fat.
Metabolism– “Metabolic tolerance” varies from person to person and describes the rate at which alcohol is processed by the body.
Emotional State– Stress can cause your body to divert blood from your stomach and small intestines to your muscles, and slow down the rate of absorption of alcohol into your bloodstream. When you calm down and your blood flows normally again, you may experience a surge in your BAC.
Medications– Many medications react negatively with alcohol, including cold or allergy pills and prescription drugs. They can intensify the effects of alcohol and even endanger your health. If you are taking meds, check the product labels for alcohol warnings, or consult your doctor or pharmacist before you drink.
Food– If you drink alcohol on an empty stomach, your BAC will be higher than a person who has eaten before drinking. Food slows the absorption in your bloodstream by keeping the alcohol you consume in your stomach and for a longer period of time.
Carbonation– Carbonated drinks such as sparkling wine or champagne, or mixed drinks with sodas may increase the rate at which alcohol passes through your stomach and result in a higher BAC.
Diabetes– Alcohol can affect the glucose levels of people who have diabetes and cause hypoglycemia. Diabetics should consult their doctors about drinking alcohol and avoid drinking on an empty stomach.
Alcohol Intolerance– Alcohol may cause adverse reactions in some, including flushing of the skin, nasal congestion, elevated heart rate, and reduced blood pressure. According to the Mayo Clinic, alcohol intolerance is caused by a “genetic condition in which the body is unable to break down alcohol.
Am I safe to drive if my breathalyzer shows that I'm under the legal limit?
Absolutely not. Breathalyzers are for informational purposes only and there is no acceptable level of alcohol consumption that makes it safe to drive. Any alcohol that enters a person's body can impair reflexes, motor skills, and cognitive abilities.
Is a person's blood alcohol concentration (BAC) the only factor in determining whether or not a DUI is given?
No, the %BAC is not the only factor considered. Many people do not realize they can be charged with driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) even if their %BAC is under the legal limit. A person can be charged if they are at or over the "legal limit," which is .08 %BAC in all 50 US States, or if they are "impaired to any degree," regardless of the %BAC level.
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Alcohol Tester Test Accuracy: ±10% F.S Alcohol Tester Display: 3 digits LCD display with blue backlight Alcohol Tester Size: 103 x 65 x 27mm Alcohol Tester Battery Expectancy Time: ≥2000 Times