A New Castle County, Del. bar is adding breathalyzer vending machines to its location to help patrons get an accurate read of whether or not they are above the legal limit of 0.08%. The machine, called a Boozelator 5000, works by dispensing a straw (for $1) that the consumer then uses to blow into a wall-mounted breathalyzer device. The Boozelator then is able to display the persons blood alcohol content, to let them know if they’re legally alright to drive. According to the owner of the breathlyzer company, Maryland native Michelle Ganzman, the boozelator has been used already around 100 times since it was installed two months ago.