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.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The AlcoSense TruTouch workplace alcohol scanner was demonstrated by Matthew Wright on his Channel 5 morning show The Wright Stuff on Tuesday 30th April. Matthew used the self-operated biometric s... » read more
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
AlcoSense has brought the AlcoSense TruTouch to market in the UK. The AlcoSense TruTouch is an innovative non-breathalyser workplace alcohol detector. It enables employees to test themselves f... » read more
Friday, March 22, 2013
Eastenders Max Branning was spotted reading an advertisement for AlcoSense in BBC One's hit soap, broadcast on 14th March 2013.
Despite the usual drama unfolding around him, Max was st... » read more
Scottish Justice Secretary announces three quarters of Scots support plan to lower drink drive limit
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Scotland’s Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill announced that the majority of people who responded to a recent Scottish Government consultation would like to see a lower drink drive limit.
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Police expect more convictions and 'morning after' detections once Scotland lowers drink-drive limit
Monday, March 4, 2013
In evidence to a consultation on lowering the Scottish drink-drive limit, top Police Officers warn that road users will be confused by the lower limit and warn of more convictions including the 'mo... » read more
Friday, March 1, 2013
The Department of Transport has published research which has calculated that the averaged personal cost of a first-time drink-drive offence is between £20,000 and £50,000.
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Monday, February 25, 2013
Petrolhead Nirvana has added AlcoSense as a partner in 2013. Petrolhead Nirvana organises and runs tours for car enthusiasts. AlcoSense will provide the drivers with AlcoSense Singles NF breathalys... » read more
Friday, February 15, 2013
Half of UK motorists would welcome a zero drink-driving alcohol limit for young drivers, according to a survey.
Of 2,000 motorists questioned by GoCompare.com, 50 per cent felt the governme... » read more
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Scaffolders are the worst offenders when it comes to drink or drug driving according to MoneySupermarket.com. Looking at 14 million motor insurance policies it identified the most likely an... » read more