Alcohol Detection System

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8
Aug

Avoiding False Positives on an Alcohol Detection System

Did you know that just one DUI offense can land you having to breathe into an alcohol detection system in order to start your vehicle in the state of California? As a recommended installer by both authorized alcohol detection system companies in the state, Soundiego is in a unique position to help you not just have your device installed and

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27
Jan

Don’t Let False Positives on an ADS Keep You Off the Road

California requires an alcohol detection system (ADS) for anyone convicted of a DUI. The ADS is a way to check your BAC before you drive. It won’t allow the car to start if your blood alcohol content is over the legal limit. If you are dealing with an ADS while trying to live down a past infraction, you will want

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5
Oct

ADS/IID Installation and Calibration in Southern California

It only takes one DUI to have your driver’s license revoked in California, especially if you won’t submit to the breathalyzer or if the BAC that you blow is very high. Additionally, you may be required to have a device installed in your vehicle that won’t let your start your car unless you can prove your BAC is under the

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4
Mar

Four Things That Can Result in a False Positive on Your Alcohol Detection System

An alcohol detection system (ADS) is required by the court system in California if you want to get behind the wheel again after receiving a DUI. These systems check to ensure your blood alcohol levels are within the legal limits before you can drive. You certainly don’t want to get another DUI, which can lead to large fines and even

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3
Nov

What Is an Alcohol Detection System (ADS)?

According to California law, a person can have their driver’s license taken away from a first offense DUI if you refuse a breath test or have BAC that is too high. If you are driving a commercial vehicle, the limit that results in revocation is half the amount of a person for a noncommercial vehicle. Another effect of getting a

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