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 alochol 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

Two-thirds of drink drivers killed are young men who drink and drive for 'fear of missing out' (FOMO)

Friday, December 02, 2016
Two-thirds of all drink-drivers killed on UK roads are young men. This Christmas the government is to target young men who drink and drive for 'fear of missing out' (FOMO). Nearly two-thirds (62% ... » read more

Northern Ireland drink-driving convictions soar by 40% in two years

Monday, November 21, 2016
Drink-driving convictions in Northern Ireland have risen by 40% over two years. Last year 2,200 people were convicted - 600 more than in 2013 - an average of 40 per week. Figures from the Norther ... » read more

AlcoSense Excel and Pro Take Top Car Magazine Awards

Wednesday, November 16, 2016
In its prestigious pre-Christmas party season product group test for consumer breathalysers,  Auto Express magazine has awarded the new AlcoSense Excel  and AlcoSense P ... » read more

AlcoSense launches new AlcoSense Excel

Thursday, November 03, 2016
At £99.99 the AlcoSense Excel is the first breathalyser under £100 to use a smaller version (64mm2) of exactly the same sensor used in several UK Police-approved breathalysers (200mm2), br ... » read more

Study shows women now drink nearly as much as men

Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Women are drinking nearly as much as men according to a new study spanning over 100 years of global drinking patterns.   The researchers looked at 68 previous studies and found that men born be ... » read more

Calls growing for lower drink-drive limit

Friday, October 14, 2016
Leading road transport and health organisations, including road safety charity Brake, the AA, RAC Foundation and IAM Road Smart and the Royal Society for Public Health, have joined calls for a lower d ... » read more

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

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