Who invented the breathalyzer?

Answer A former police captain and active professor of the University of Indiana, Dr. Robert Borkenstein, created the first legally accepted alcohol testing device in 1954. Rolla Harger, also a professor ... Read More »

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What Is a Breathalyzer Level of .147?

A breathalyzer is a device that determines blood alcohol content (BAC) by measuring the amount of ethanol in the breath. Alcohol from your blood stream turns into ethanol vapor in your lungs.

How to Take a Breathalyzer Test?

Breathalyzer Tests don't actually test alcohol, they test light. How you breath before you blow will determine whether you test higher or lower than your actual BAC.

Would you be able to pass a breathalyzer right now if you had to take one?

yes i can do all of the above,except say the alphabet backwards,i cannot do that stone sober.

Can a breathalyzer be wrong?

On One Hand: Breathalyzers are Primarily ReliableBreathalyzers test air from deep in the lungs to gauge whether or not a person's blood alcohol level is higher than the legal limits for motorists. ... Read More »