Meth testing kits - Test hard and soft surfaces for residue - Test sweat or saliva because children can't always tell about exposure
Electronic Alarm for Meth in Cars, Trucks and Buses
Meth contamination in cars is a health hazard to all who ride in them. The confined space concentrates the residue from smoking more than in buildings leaving higher concentrations to be absorbed by skin, nasal membrane and lungs. People who use meth are not likely to be courteous enough to not pollute a car that may subsequently be used by other people who are likely to become ill from riding in it. All used cars should be tested before buying by dealers and individuals.
For individuals DIY test kits should be sufficient for screening cars before buying. Car dealers, detailers and insurance adjusters might find an electronic meth alarm more convenient and cost effective. Canned air is used to pick up residue from surfaces so it can be detected by the device. An air quality report is texted.
I’ve had many calls from people claiming they have been sickened riding cars that have been stolen and returned and shared professional vehicles. A truck driver influenced by meth residue left behind by the previous driver is not safe. These drivers have revealed that they don’t feel safe driving these vehicles. These alarms should be standard equipment for businesses of all kinds that employ professional drivers.
This monitor requires data service from a cell phone provider. GSM SIm card required for operation. Data only service is available for as low as $1 a month. Here's an article about some of the least expensive plans available: LOW COST DATA PLANS