Skip to 2:35:40 to hear Jenny Lynn, Co-Founder of Hound Labs, explain the origination of the company and how testing for recent marijuana use in breath is key to determining driving impairment. -Listen here
Ever since marijuana has become legal in Colorado, the need for a marijuana breathalyzer to determine if someone is driving stoned has come to the forefront. –Watch Full Video
With 4 states voting on legalizing marijuana there are concerns over stoned driving. See Hound Labs describe the marijuana breathalyzer in national news. The news coverage highlights probable legalization of marijuana in more states and how that can potentially have an impact road safety. There are some options coming to help deal with this issue,…
“In breath, THC only stays for a very brief period of time. So unlike, saliva, blood or urine, where what you did last weekend, will still show up in that [bodily fluids]. In breath, it just doesn’t. It only shows up for a few hours.”
This in depth and comprehensive report on the effects of marijuana legalization throughout the state of Colorado examines many issues. Read the entire report or focus on the well- documented dangers of stoned driving.
Protecting Drivers from Misleading Data Resulting from Current Methods of Cannabis Testing Breath Testing Is More Accurate and Also Reduces Wrongful Arrests September 2016 – Safe roads require the right test for cannabis intoxication. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has determined that smoking cannabis less than three hours prior to operating a…
This report uses real-world examples to address the rise of drug-impaired driving, the need for better understanding and awareness of the dangers, and some of the tragic consequences that it can have. Read Report Here >