Breathalyzers by AlcoSense, the morning after solution

If you drank 4 pints or 4 large glasses of wine during in an evening it could take as long as 13 hours for the alcohol to leave your system. If you stopped drinking at midnight you still have alcohol in your system at noon the following day. You can't tell when the alcohol's cleared, but AlcoSense™ can.


 

Latest News from the World of Breathalyzers

As Northern Ireland Assembly passes law for lower drink drive limit the argument grows stronger for lower limits across the UK - the case is "overwhelming" says the RSPH

Thursday, January 21, 2016
The Northern Ireland Assembly has passed a law that paves the way for Northern Ireland to lower the limit to bring it in line with Scotland. While the UK Government has previously rejected suggestions ... » read more

RoSPA welcomes new Northern Ireland drink-drive laws to protect younger drivers

Thursday, January 21, 2016
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), has welcomed new rules passed by the Northern Ireland Assembly designed to keep motoring for younger people safe. The new law will include t ... » read more

AlcoSense Pro receives glowing reviews

Thursday, January 21, 2016
The latest addition to our range of consumer breathalysers the AlcoSense Pro has been receiving glowing reviews.   The AlcoSense Pro which has a version of the same fuel cell sensor as used by ... » read more

Study shows 10 million Brits are drink driving

Friday, October 16, 2015
A new study found that up to 10 million British drivers may be drink driving. This is most commonplace among the under 50s where 36% of drivers who drink admit to drink-driving - equivalent to 6.5 mil ... » read more

McDonalds turns away first customer in new breathalyser scheme

Thursday, May 07, 2015
McDonalds in Cambridge turned away a 25 year teacher after he failed a breathalyser test. The Cambridge McDonalds introduced the breathalyser scheme after a number of recent incidents of drink-related ... » read more

Road Safety expert calls for lower drink-drive limit for women as the proportion of women drink-drivers increases

Thursday, March 19, 2015
A road safety expert has called for a lower drink-drive limit for women. Heather Ward, a road safety consultant at University College London, argues that the current drink-drive limit is based on how ... » read more

Calls for Welsh drink-drive limit to be lowered

Friday, March 13, 2015
Public Health Wales has called for the Welsh drink-drive limit to be reduced to save lives in Wales.  In a report to the Welsh Assembly's Health and Social Care Committee it recommends the drink ... » read more

Fire Brigade authorities call for England to follow Scotland's lower drink drive limit

Monday, March 09, 2015
Representatives of fire brigades authorities have called for a lower drink drive limit in England - to follow the recent Scotland decision. Jeremy Hilton, Chairman of the Local Government Association ... » read more

Drink-drive messages fail to get through to twenty-something drivers warns the IAM

Thursday, February 05, 2015
Drink-driving messages are failing to get through to twenty-something drivers warns the IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists). Drivers in their 20s are the group most likely to be caught drink-driving ... » read more

Younger drivers at greater risk of being caught drink driving say Police

Thursday, January 22, 2015
The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) has warned that younger drivers are proportionally at greater risk of failing a breath-test than over 25 year olds.  Releasing national figures fo ... » read more