I appreciate bar manager Howard Jones' opinion about having an accurate Breathalyzer available to bar patrons ("BreathAdvisor lies," Forum, March 30).
Just as a speedometer won't prevent every driver from speeding, my product will not prevent every patron from drinking and driving. BreathAdvisor offers patrons an accurate reading of their blood alcohol content level, but what they do with that information is up to them.
If you've had any amount of alcohol, we advise against driving. If you follow that philosophy, you can save yourself $2 and not bother to use the machine. As a bar manager, Jones knows that the majority don't follow this philosophy.