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Posted in Questions and Answers | By Quest Products
Mar 7, 2014 4:30:46 PM
Before getting behind the steering wheel, it’s important to be absolutely sure that you’re fit to drive. That means being safely below the government alcohol limit. Handheld breathalyzers are becoming increasingly popular personal devices – but do they actually work?...
Posted in News | By Quest Products
Feb 20, 2014 6:41:18 PM
Consider the following scenario: A group of friends go to the bar to celebrate a birthday. They’re all having a good time, enjoying each other’s’ company, and end up drinking a little too much. They leave the bar, get into a car, and head home for the night. On the drive...
Posted in Helpful Tips | By Quest Products
Jan 7, 2014 1:48:26 PM
Personal, portable breathalzyer devices are available in the market from just $3 up to $300. As you might expect, cheaper models can compromise on quality, and opting for a cheaper device can therefore be more dangerous. Carrying a breathalyzer is imperative nowadays considering the strictness...
Posted in Helpful Tips | By Quest Products
Jan 1, 2014 2:10:26 PM
Planning a quiet night in? Down a couple of drinks and go to bed to wake up fresh in the morning and head on out to the office.  But a surprising twist in the tale happens when the police pull you over and arrest you on charges of DUI.  What just happened?...
Posted in News | By Quest Products
Dec 19, 2013 3:44:53 PM
The controversies regarding frequent usage of breathalyzers are continuing to rage in college campuses and high schools across the country. The authorities have broadened their area of operations to include stops outside events like prom and dance nights to prevent underage binge drinking....
Posted in Helpful Tips | By Quest Products
Oct 22, 2013 4:15:48 PM
The symptoms of driving under the influence of alcohol begin with rash driving. This initial give-away or the routine DUI stops are followed by simple or detailed tests to check your sobriety. The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) guidelines were set up to engage the...