MyDUIattorney.org Endorses Personal Breathalyzers For The Social Drinker
One of the most ingenious ideas recently invented has got to be the personal breathalyzer. Similar to breathalyzers used by police as part of their data gathering when evaluating whether someone is driving under the influence, personal breathalyzers work in the same way. They’re affordable (ranging from $50 - $150) and lifesavers for many people that enjoy a drink or two in the evenings or weekends.
“If every bar, nightclub, and drinking establishment either sold or charged to use these devices, it would save a LOT of people from being arrested for DUI” notes Richard Jacobs, marketing director for myDUIattorney.org.
“Yes, it would undoubtedly lower the amount of DUI arrests and our site might suffer, but the ridiculous amount of DUI’s out there, it would be a welcome side effect” says Richard Jacobs.
It’s pretty simple to either pay to use the device at a bar (although it’s unknown whether any bars ‘rent’ or offer the breathalyzer to their customers yet) or buy one for personal use.
At a cost of under $150, the math is simple – pay $5,000 - $10,000 or more and face jail time, or spend a fraction of that amount to ensure that people don’t drive when they’re over the 0.08 BAC limit.
So why don’t bars and nightclubs offer the device, especially since they can be held liable if their patrons drink excessively and this is known or should have been known to staff when that person left, got in their car, and drove away? MyDUIattorney.org hopes to change all of that, and will be offering a personal breathalyzer for sale on the website in the next 30 days.
Bar owners can easily charge $5 - $10 a test to patrons who wish to know that they can leave and drive home safely, and with the use of sterile, disposable mouthpieces to eliminate cross-contamination, it’s a no-brainer and a good revenue source.
It remains to be seen if drunk driving attorneys will be clamoring to put their name and phone# on the device for branding and additional business, but the idea isn’t so far-fetched, even for myDUIattorney.org to do the same.
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