In the state of Montana, if someone is caught driving under the influence and later released from jail, often times they are put on a 24-7 alcohol monitoring system, which requires a person to complete a breathalyzer test twice a day.
Now a new service is being used throughout the state to make it more convenient for people to take these tests. Soberlink is a hand held device that allows a person to test their alcohol consumption from any where.
Once a person completes the breathalyzer, it takes about 60 seconds to process the report. A photo and location of the person is also shown in the report.