Aren't you forced to consent to breathalyzers at any stop while driving your car when you receive your license?
You are never "forced to consent" to anything. If you're forced, ipso facto it is not consent.
You can have your license yanked for declining a breath test. But that's strictly an administrative action, not criminal.
If you're not drunk, the cops have no probable cause to ask you to blow, so your lawyer can argue that, and you could blow a false positive. So if you're not drunk, blowing is not in your interest. If you are drunk, naughty naughty, but that aside you wouldn't want to give them evidence to use against you.
From what I have read and seen, you are best off declining to take either a "field sobriety" test or a breathalyzer test. Never consent.