breathalyser


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Related to breathalyser: breathalyzer, Preliminary Breath Test
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a device that measures chemicals (especially the alcohol content) in a person's expired breath

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He was taken to Paphos traffic police station, where a second breathalyser test showed 70[eth]-g of alcohol, and he was arrested.
The burger bar in Cambridge is the first in the country to be given the breathalyser kits as part of a police blitz.
Joanne Ferry tries the breathalyser at the John Duck Pub on Claypath, Durham City
The breathalyser, which has been issued to the club by Staffordshire Police, will be set at twice the drink drive limit, and anyone registering above that could be refused entry.
Stores including Boots, Halfords and even Poundshop began stocking breathalyser kits, which range in price from PS1 to PS59.
CHRISTMAS revellers are being warned not to rely on DIY breathalysers to find out if they are over the drink-drive limit.
There was a call for a reusable and accurate, hand-held electronic breathalyser and Dr Parry Jones quickly developed it ahead of his competitors.
The anti-alcohol rules will be enforced with the help of a breathalyser test.
Whilst it would have defeated the objective of the exercise, ie to uncover over-the-limit drivers, it seems to me that Merseyside police were trying to trap unsuspecting drivers without telling them about the breathalyser opt-out, a policy which seems prima facie to be underhand.
Born on a farm at Carreglefn, Amlwch, he developed the electronic breathalyser in 1974 and established Lion Laboratories to manufacture and market the products worldwide.
Melbourne, June 20 ( ANI ): A Japanese watchmaker has launched a smartwatch that not only tests sobriety with a built-in game, but tests blood alcohol level with a breathalyser built into its side.
NEW motoring laws have come into force in France making it compulsory for drivers to carry breathalyser kits in their vehicles.
Summary: New motoring laws have come into force in France making it compulsory for drivers to carry breathalyser kits in their vehicles.
Compulsory from July 1, the easiest way to tell if the breathalyser complies with the French legislation is to make sure it has the blue circular NF logo, the French equivalent of the BSI kite mark in the UK.