Competition ‘stimulates interest’ in mobile breathalysers

UK police forces could have access to roadside evidential breath test devices ‘within a couple of years’

UK police forces could have access to roadside evidential breath test devices ‘within a couple of years’, thanks to the success of a DfT-funded competition…. click link below

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Drink-drive death rise sparks lower limit call

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