Uber and Breathometer are reportedly teaming up to make sure that inebriated people go back home safe.
According to Tech Crunch, the blood alcohol level breath analysis startup has announced a partnership and API integration with Uber.
Following the deal, any person who is found to be drunk up to the halfway point of the legal limit in California (.04 blood alcohol concentration level) or higher on a Breathometer Breeze device will be asked to hire a cab.
CEO of Breathometer Charles Michael Yim reportedly said, "Access to a dependable and on-demand ride solution directly from our app for anyone that has been consuming alcohol is critical."
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