How would nytol affect a breatherlyser test if taken with alcohol, would it increase the reading?

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19 Oct 2011

Hi gward6. I'd say no. The amount of alcohol in nytol would not be enough to show an increase. Remember, you've consumned alcohol, how much alcohol that would be a major player and that alone would determine how high a reading would to you.

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