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While schools have done their part to teach children the dangers of drunk driving, it is also the responsibility of parents to ensure their children are not drinking. This can get hard to do once your teens are old enough to drive and spend much of their time outside the house, but this is also when it's most important. If you suspect that your teenager has been drinking, don't be shy about confronting him to find out if your suspicions are true.
Alcohol affects teens differently than it does adults, which only contributes to the dangers of underage drunk driving. Thousands of teens die each year in drunk driving accidents, in part because adolescents are both inexperienced drivers and inexperienced drinkers. What's more, the legal penalties for underage drinking and driving are particularly severe.
While an adult needs to have at least a BAC of .08 percent to be legally considered driving under the influence, there is no such standard for teens. Exact numbers vary from state to state, but even trace amounts of alcohol in the blood can result in drunk driving charges, revoked licenses, and probation. If you suspect that your teen has been drinking, use a breathalyzer from AlcoTester.com to find out for sure.
Our devices are affordable and easy to use. Keeping one around the house is a valuable investment in your teen's safety and a sure way to tell if someone has been drinking alcohol. The law has zero tolerance for underage drinking and driving--and so should you. To find out more about our complete line of products, call us today at 810-919-1994 or email email@example.com.