I've never seen a breathalyzer ordered to be put in a particular vehicle, just that the defendant must have one in any car he is driving. The obvious solution is to no longer allow your brother to drive your car.
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The Court order interlock alternatives like the in-home interlock or the SCRAM device. Both of these devices attempt to monitor your brother’s alcohol consumption 24 hours a day. If you do not want the interlock in your car, you need to tell your brother to speak with his attorney regarding alternatives to the interlock.
The court cannot order you to install a breathalyzer on your car. Your brother will have to have one on his car or the judge can order a home device or portable device to monitor his alcohol use. Again, you DO NOT have to have a breathalyzer on your car. I hope this helps.
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