In Canada, when an accused is found guilty of Driving Under the Influence for the first time, the criminal code requires the court to suspend the offender's drivers license for one year. Upon doing so, the court may (and usually does) authorize the offender to drive after 3 monts if the offender registers in an Alcohol Ingnition Interlock Device Program. Essentially, this allows the offender to drive after 3 months of suspension as long as his vehicule is equipped with a Breathalyzer.In the case where the offender is unable to operate a Breathalyzer because of his physical condition, the offender cannot register in the AIID Program and therefore, faces a full year without being able to drive; as opposed to other offenders who can drive after 3 months because of their ability to use a Breathalizer. What are the options for the offender who is incapable of operating a Breathalyzer because of a physical condition?  Is there an argument of discrimination to be made?