You currently use an alcohol breathalyzer, and it works really well. What if your alcohol breathalyzer could also tell you if someone had recently used cannabis?

We have something for you.

You see a vehicle swerving across lanes. You have reasonable suspicion that the driver of the vehicle may be impaired, and so you begin your routine traffic stop.

During the stop you request that a suspect take a preliminary alcohol screening (PAS) test to help establish probable cause for an arrest.

The suspect is well under the legal limit. What next? SFST? Call a DRE?

Today it’s really hard to gather enough evidence to establish probable cause for an arrest if the suspect is driving under the influence of cannabis.

Our breathalyzer changes that.