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Why measure your breath to get your blood alcohol concentration?

The implications of you refusing to submit to a breath test in Fort Myers have been detailed on this blog in the past. While refusing a chemical breath test is a violation of the state's implied consent law, refusing a preliminary alcohol screening (like a Breathlyzer test) is not. Yet despite the setting or the circumstances, you might wonder why your breath is even measured when your level of impairment is determined by the alcohol concentration in your blood. How does your breath offer a measurement of the content of your blood? 

With so many warnings about DUI, why do people still do it?

You cannot avoid hearing about the dangers of DUI driving in Florida. There are warnings online, on TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, billboards and signs everywhere you look. You may even see them in your mailbox as part of the latest public information campaign. So why do people continue to drive while intoxicated? It may have something to do with what psychologists call desensitization.

How do you get your license back?

Sometimes you may not realize just how much you rely on your ability to drive in Fort Myers until you lose your license. A license suspension or revocation can happen for any number of reasons. You may have unpaid traffic or parking fines, have accrued to many driving penalty points, or have been found to have visual impairments that affect your driving ability. Of course, being convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs results in an automatic revocation of your driving privileges. Whatever the reason why you lost your license, you are no doubt in a hurry to get it back. So what do you need to do in order to do so? 

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