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.