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Bliddy Boh
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The good thing was that it was not a rolling fail. Bad news is that you did not blow a pass afterwards. It looks a lot better if you get a positive and then a pass. Shows that it may be a false positive, just fyi. With your case it was due to drinking so time to face the facts. I do not know if there is a set number of fails but typically the monitoring person looks for signs of dependence. It looks a lot better for you to not have any fails or BAC readings at all. But it also looks bad when you have low level warnings consistently too. My advice would be that if you can not stop drinking then to invest in a personal breathalyzer to use before you attempt to start your car. Start doing the BAC math in your head too.
AZ’s webpage is a little vague. They seem to defer questions to other people. I would just called the dept of your state that handles these questions.