by Tiffany Tarpley Story Created: Nov 14, 2013 St. Francis -- Owners of a bar in St. Francis added an interactive breathalyzer in hopes patrons will think twice before drinking too much and getting behind the wheel. "The idea isn't necessarily for the machine to tell people whether they should drive home or not," explained [...]
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Helping you know your limit Written by: Wendy Lee (Star Tribune) Forget the mechanical bull or a wild karaoke rendition of "Bohemian Rhapsody." At country/western bar Cowboy Jack's, patrons now have another way to gauge how drunk they are -- they can pay for a breathalyzer test. Customers pay $2 to breathe into a disposable [...]
In this video, David Kreitzer of IntoxBox is interviewed by Cyndy Brucato on the topic of the IntoxBox Interactive Breathalyzer and its positive impact on drunk driving.
By: Trish Van Pilsum (Fox 9 Reporter) The next time you go drinking at a local bar, you maybe able to measure your breath alcohol content before getting behind the wheel thanks to a Minnesota-made device that is similar to what a police officer would use when pulling over a suspected drunken driver. Bars around [...]
Original Story By Bret Buganski November 15, 2013 ST. FRANCIS (WITI) — A St. Francis bar has installed a first-of-its-kind interactive breathalyzer called “Intoxbox” to help keep patrons safe. The device reads your blood-alcohol content in a matter of seconds. “It will be an eye opener for some people who don’t have an idea [...]