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

Three quarters of people want lower drink drive limit

Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Three quarters of the public support a lower drink drive limit according to a new poll by Public Health England.   77% of people in England are in favour of the law being changed so drivers are ... » read more

100,000 people sign petition calling for tougher penalties for drink drivers who kill

Monday, September 19, 2016
100,000 people have signed a petition calling for tougher drink drive penalties for drivers who kill someone while drunk. It was launched by the family of Miriam Briddon, a 21 year old killed by a dri ... » read more

Doctors fear the new drink guidelines could encourage women to drink to unsafe levels

Friday, August 26, 2016
Medical experts have expressed concerns that the new drink limits which set the same recommendation for men and women could be harmful for women. Doctors say it could give women a 'false impressi ... » read more

Government new drink limits says moderate drinking is fine; but reduces weekly recommended limit for men

Monday, August 22, 2016
In a move being seen as a watering down of the Government's drink warnings, the public is advised that moderate drinking is fine. Although the new recommendations are tougher than the existing ones an ... » read more

PCC backs RAC in calling for lower drink-drive limit

Thursday, August 18, 2016
Northumbria's Police & Crime Commissioner, Vera Baird, is backing the RAC in calling for the Government to reduce the drink-drive limit in England and Wales to the same level as Scotland.   ... » read more

In a shocking initiative drink drivers in Thailand are forced to tour hospital morgues

Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Convicted drink drivers are being made to visit hospital morgues to improve the country’s road safety record.   Thailand is the second worst country in the world for road deaths. Accordin ... » read more

Drinking wine from larger glasses leads people to drink more

Tuesday, June 07, 2016
A new study shows that serving wine in larger glasses encourages people to drink more. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and University of Bristol examined drinking habits over 16 weeks wit ... » read more

Drink driver challenges Scottish driving ban being imposed south of the border

Friday, June 03, 2016
A drink driver is challenging the Scottish Government’s right to ban him south of the border. Breathalysed in Dalbeattie in Dumfries and Galloway, Mr Ashley Medicks was over the Scottish limit b ... » read more

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

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