+ motorcycle, breathalizer
; - water cannon; +/- binoculars
But he calmly explained to her what he was going to do, how he would give me the roadside test (I would fail), how he would then give me a breathalizer
(I would fail again), and how he might have to take me in for driving under the influence (he would).
He implemented a pilot program at the downtown bar The Grand where people can buy a breathalizer
for $2 to find out if they're above the legal limit.
Hence, its use in large-scale surveys is limited, as it requires a high level of compliance by respondents within the study to take regular samples with a breathalizer
or even blood samples.
Go to Bub's Dive Bar for a mid-day drinking contest involving a straw, a breathalizer
, and four of your friends during 15-year-old Bastien's run (look up the definition of irony and see #9 now).