Some drunk drivers can still walk in a straight line during certain tests, but the TruTouch 2000 dispenses with such anomalies by relying on near infrared light to detect possible intoxication – a procedure that requires a mere finger scan, yielding accurate results within 15 seconds. Now that’s fast – we don’t think a police officer is able to issue a ticket at that speed either. Thanks to a built-in biometric identification system in the TruTouch 2000, all test results are authentic so there’s no way to squirm through court with your summons with claims that they got the wrong person.
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