BACtrack is Honored to Partner with CDOT

The Colorado Dept. of Transportation (CDOT) and BACtrack are partnering to promote the use of breathalyzers, empowering Coloradans to make smart decisions when it comes to drinking and driving.
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Each year in Colorado, more than 20,000 people are arrested for DUI.

And according to CDOT, almost one-third of the state’s road fatalities involve an impaired driver.

Personal breathalyzers help keep our roads safe by empowering Coloradans to make smart decisions when it comes to drinking and driving.

Don’t risk it — know your BAC (blood alcohol content) is zero before you decide to drive.

Accurate, Trusted Breathalyzers.

From professional models with police-grade sensor technology to app-enabled smartphone breathalyzers, there’s a product for every need.

The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility is also supporting this program.

The Foundation brings more than 25 years of leadership in the fight against drunk driving and underage drinking.

See What People Are Saying About BACtrack


In 2016, CDOT distributed 225 BACtrack Mobiles to Coloradans. After using the breathalyzers, 84% of participants agreed owning a smartphone breathalyzer lowered their risk for a DUI/DWAI.

Check out the video and see what participants had to say about using their BACtracks.
In 2016, CDOT distributed 225 BACtrack Mobiles to Coloradans. After using the breathalyzers, 84% of participants agreed owning a smartphone breathalyzer lowered their risk for a DUI/DWAI.

Check out the video and see what participants had to say about using their BACtracks.
Last year, CDOT and BACtrack launched the Before You Go, Know campaign at a Sky Sox game in Colorado Springs. See what happened at the game!

"Whether you are a regular drinker or occasional, your true BAC will surprise you. Anyone who enjoys alcoholic beverages should own a BACtrack and use it regularly".

-Todd W., BACtrack Customer