The Real Housewives of Orange County Don’t Drink and Drive... Golf Carts

October 03, 2018

Drinking and getting behind the wheel never mix, even if that wheel belongs to a golf cart. In a recent episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County, the ladies took to the greens to celebrate Vicki Gunvalson’s birthday, and they didn’t do it soberly.

Luckily, they had their handy, dandy BACtrack C6 Keychain Breathalyzer with them so they could test themselves to ensure they were legal to drive.

What many people may not realize is that in most states you can get a DUI for driving a golf cart while being intoxicated. Golf carts are recognized as motor vehicles, so the penalties for driving a golf cart under the influence can be just as strong as driving a car. Golf carts are not made to withstand impacts and collisions, and driving recklessly can cause serious damage to both the vehicles and people involved.

Get the Same Personal Breathalyzers as the Real Housewives

The Real Housewives starts aren’t the only ones who can get their hands on their own personal breathalyzers. BACtrack has a variety of personal breathalyzers to fit your needs and budget.

The most popular right now are the BACtrack C6 Keychain Breathalyzer and the BACtrack C8 Breathalyzer. They are the smallest, police-grade personal breathalyzers on the market, and easy for you to take with you everywhere you go.

These BACtracks can even connect to a mobile app with patented Zeroline® technology that will let you know when your BAC will return to zero.

When it comes to the safety of you and your loved ones, it’s always best to be prepared. Make better drinking decisions with BACtrack.



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