By Educ'alcool Inc.
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Disclaimer: This app is intended for entertainment purposes only, and the calculations should not be used to determine whether a person is able to drive. The information provided has no legal value.
Simple and practical, the application help you anticipate your blood alcohol content (BAC) based on how much you expect to drink. Ideally, you should make the calculation before the start of the evening, but you can also do it as you go. Either way, the point is to control your alcohol intake and make the most responsible decisions.
Track your BAC from the moment you have your first drink until all the alcohol has left your body and remember: even the most accurate calculator can’t replace your own good judgment. This tool is designed to help you make the right decision, not make the decision for you.
In Quebec, the legal driving limit is 80 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood (.08) for all except for new drivers and drivers aged 21 and under. The zero tolerance rule also applies to taxi drivers, bus and minibus drivers for whom the rate should be 0 mg (zero). However, it is better to be sober when driving.
What's New in Version 3.1
MAJOR UPDATE The calcoholator has never been easier to use. A brand new redesigned app that improves usability and user experience, along with a few fixes. Direct connexion with the Drink Dashboard.