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

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

Northern Police chiefs call for lower drink-drive limit

Monday, February 22, 2016
Police and Crime Commissioners in the north of England, responsible for Forces close to the Scottish border, are calling for a lower drink-drive limit in England and Wales.   In a letter to The ... » read more

"The most accurate over-the-counter device available" says Total 911 Porsche magazine of the AlcoSense Ultra

Friday, February 05, 2016
Total 911 The Porsche Magazine in reviewing the AlcoSense Ultra describes it as the "the most accurate over-the-counter device currently available".   The magazine goes on to say that: "Even c ... » read more

Doctors and Police call for lower drink-drive limit across the UK

Friday, January 29, 2016
The calls for the Government to lower the drink-drive limit across the UK to bring it in line with Scotland continues to grow.   As the House of Lords debates lowering the limit members of the& ... » read more

North-East Police & Crime Commissioners call for lower drink-drive limit

Thursday, January 28, 2016
The Police & Crime Commissioners (PCCs) for Northumbria, Durham and Cleveland have called on the Government to lower the UK drink-drive limit to bring it in line with Scotland.   Vera Baird ... » read more

Festive drink-drive numbers rise by a third in Scotland

Friday, January 22, 2016
The number of people caught over the legal limit in Scotland over Christmas and New Year rose by a third, despite a fall in overall drink driving figures, reports Fleetworld news. Latest figures fr ... » read more

New Northern Ireland drink-drive limits will be tougher for professional drivers

Thursday, January 21, 2016
Northern Ireland is set to adopt a two-tier drink-driving system. Under the new law which is expected to take force by 2018, learner and professional drivers will face a limit of 20mg of alcohol per 1 ... » read more

AlcoSense partners with Honda (UK) to campaign on dangers of drink driving

Thursday, January 21, 2016
AlcoSense has formed a partnership with Honda (UK) to raise awareness of the dangers of driving the morning after drinking. To publicise the partnership and to ensure safer UK roads before Christmas H ... » read more

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