What will you benefit from owning a breathalyzer? - AlcoDigital
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We sent out a survey recently asking some of our customers a few questions relating to how they use and have benefited from owning a breathalyzer.

We sent out a survey recently asking some of our customers a few questions relating to how they use and have benefited from owning a breathalyzer.

I use my breathalyzer nearly every time I come back from a night out drinking. I find it so interesting to see how different my alcohol levels can be and how that it isn’t always that relative to how I feel. I also love testing my friends who stay over, especially before they drive home the next day. I think it’s fair to say I have saved a couple of my friends from making a bad and potentially dangerous mistake. I usually have no trouble making them wait a few hours before leaving with my infamous cooked breakfast!

It was great seeing in the results of the survey that our customers are also using their breathalyzers the morning after they drink and even testing their friends before they drive, all in all making our roads safer.

Driver using breathalyzer
Driver using breathalyzer

Any alcohol in one’s system increases your chances of having an accident while driving whether you are under the limit or not. 75% of our customers said they would prefer not to drive if they had any alcohol in their system.

Of those that own a breathalyzer 80% ALWAYS use it the morning after a night of drinking. This is one of the main reasons people buy a breathalyzer and it is fantastic to see that its purpose is followed through by its users.

What really caught our attention here at AlcoDigital though is that people are making some healthy changes since using a breathalyzer. 70% said that since owning a breathalyzer they have reduced their alcohol intake by at least ‘a little’ amount. It would seem that this may be due to high readings received the morning after a night of drinking as 64% said that a reading on a breathalyzer the morning after would encourage them to drink less in the future. Having alcohol in your system the morning after shows that your body is struggling to keep up with the amount consumed. Lowering your alcohol intake to wake up with zero readings is a great start to improving your drinking habits.

For more information about our range of personal breathalyzers start browsing here.

 

 

 

 

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