AlcoSense™ - The Morning After Solution

If you drank 4 pints or 3 large glasses of wine during a night out it could take as long as 12 hours for the alcohol to leave your system. If you stopped drinking at midnight you could still be over the drink drive limit at 10am. You can't tell when you're OK to drive again, but AlcoSense™ can.

AlcoSense™ is a pocket sized alcohol breathalyser, designed and developed specifically for the UK market. No larger than a mobile phone, it's quick and easy to use at anytime, anywhere. Within seconds it will give you an accurate reading of your level of intoxication and will even warn you when you are near or over the UK drink drive limit.

Our quality standard and commitment to road safety is second to none which is why Sir Stirling Moss OBE and Brake (organisers of Road Safety Week) work with us and support the product. To find our more about the AlcoSense™ Breathalyser, please click here.


 

Latest News

AlcoSense Breathalysers pass new enhanced certification

Friday, May 06, 2016
AlcoSense Singles NF breathalysers, the single use breathalyser approved for use in France, is the first product to have been tested and passed under the new, more stringent NF standard.   From ... » read more

AlcoSense honoured at First Car Young Driver Road Safety Awards

Tuesday, May 03, 2016
AlcoSense has been awarded the First Car Young Driver Road Safety Awards Silver Award for Best Sustainable Intervention in road safety. ... » read more

AlcoSense Pro & Ultra Win Red Dot Product Design Award 2016

Wednesday, March 30, 2016  
AlcoSense Laboratories, a small company based in Maidenhead, Berkshire has been awarded the international distinction of the Red Dot Award for exceptional product design against competition from multi ... » read more

Three in five UK drivers 'not roadworthy'; and nearly 7 out of 10 in England and Wales don't know drink-drive limit

Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Three in five UK drivers are 'not roadworthy' according to a new survey by Halfords Autocentres.   The question most often answered incorrectly was 'what is the blood alcohol limit for drivers ... » read more

Reduction in road offences may be due to Police cuts say MPs

Tuesday, March 15, 2016
  A fall in the number of recorded motoring offences may be due to a decline in traffic officer numbers according to MPs.   The Transport Select Committee warned that police cuts would st ... » read more

As House of Lords considers drink-driving bill 35 medical and health bodies call for lower drink-drive limit

Friday, March 11, 2016
  As the House of Lords begins detailed consideration of the bill to lower the drink-drive limit in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, experts from thirty-five medical and health organisa ... » read more

More than half of drivers are not aware of drink-drive limits

Friday, March 11, 2016
More than half of drivers are not aware of current drink-drive limits according to a survey by law form Rothera Dawson.   The survey showed that 63% of road users could not identify the legal l ... » read more

Statistics show Wales to be binge drinking capital of the UK

Thursday, March 10, 2016
Almost one in seven adults in Wales drink 14 units of alcohol in a single sitting - the advised amount for a week.   14% of adults drink 14 units in a single day. This is the equivalent of six ... » read more

2.5 million people exceed weekly recommended alcohol limit in a single day

Thursday, March 10, 2016
Around 2.5 million people consume more than the new weekly recommended limit for alcohol in a single day according to figures from the Office for National Statistics. This represents 9% of all drinker ... » read more

AlcoSense shortlisted for FirstCar road safety awards

Tuesday, March 01, 2016
AlcoSense has been shortlisted for the FirstCar Young Driver Road Safety Awards.   Now in its second year the awards are sponsored by Road Safety Support (RSS) and recognise and honour the effo ... » read more

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