The DOT alcohol test is a breath alcohol test where the driver/client will be asked to blow into a breathalyzer. Breath alcohol tests are conducted by our team using federally approved devices known as Evidential Breath Testers (EBTs), to ensure zero false positives. A deep lung sample will ensure that the test results closely reflect the amount of alcohol in the bloodstream.

How to interpret this test result:

Any result of 0.080 or more is considered “driving while intoxicated.”
For a truck driver or a pilot, a result above 0.040 is considered positive.
Anything over 0.030 is considered impaired, although still below the legal limit of 0.080.

If you have any questions about our breath alcohol tests, please
contact us today at (916) 550-0350.