Traffic police and marshals usually utilize drug testing in the form of breathalyzers or blood tests to gauge blood alcohol contents (BAC) for motorists to nub those who drink and drive. This is usually geared towards eradicating drunk driving that is a major cause of accidents in most states. In drug rehabilitation centers, constant drug testing is done to monitor the progress of the patients under rehabilitation. Prisoners who have a history of drug abuse may also be subjected to regular tests to make sure that they reform and stay clean.
While we do not advocate for drug abuse or misuse, sometimes, you may find yourself in a tough spot and need to rid your body of drugs before a test. But before you can come up with a strategy to pass the drug test, you must identify the kind of test that is likely to be administered, understand their cut off levels, the options at your disposal, how much time you have to get ready for the test and whether you can postpone the test altogether. We explore the strategies on how to pass a drug test of any kind.