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From: Fred Bloggs
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Subject: Re: Defeating Breathalyzer Ignition Interlocks
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Date: Sun, 05 Jan 2003 17:35:14 GMT
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Organization: EarthLink Inc. -- http://www.EarthLink.net
Jim Yanik wrote:
> "Michael Culley" wrote in
>>>You really would trust one of those POS consumer products over
>>>keeping track yourself? When so much is potentially on the line?
>>You're right, I wouldn't trust it that much, but if it showed 0.01 or
>>0.02 I'd probably have another beer. If it said 0.03 or 0.04 I
>>probably wouldn't (the limit here is 0.05). Others might not be so
> You forgot,the device I mentioned has NO readout of BAC,it has a
> OK/notOK(go/no go) LED's. Either you are under the limit or over.If
> under,you have no indication of how much under.
Or for how long- there are characteristic profiles of the time it takes
for the blood level to rise- it may continue to rise for an hour or more
after you stop drinking. You take a big risk relying on a device like that.
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