Welcome to Alcoholo meter!

We listen and study about drivers caught up in an accident who are afterwards accused with intoxicated driving, and generally a news report on the


It's crucial for common safety that drunk drivers be lifted off the roads. Of the 42,000 traffic demises in the U.S. in 1999, about thirty-eight pct were related to alcohol. Drivers who could crack roadside soberness tests -- they can walk a straight line or touch their noses -- still may be breaching the lawful boundary for blood alcohol and be a risk on the road. So officers apply a few of the cutting-edge engineering to find alcohol levels in suspected drunk drivers and get rid of them of the streets.