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Is it legal to use a breathalyser ?

Yes of course. It should however, only be used as a general guide to the level of alcohol in your body and not relied on to ensure you remain below the legal limit.

 

What are the driving limits ?

This is where it gets complicated as there are numerous methods of measuring breath and blood alcohol content. Basically in the UK, the Police will normally use a roadside breath limit of 35 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millitres of breath.

Confused ? - Read On !

 

I'm very confused by this number !

We agree that it is confusing. The great thing about the AlcoSafe KX6000S is that the unique BCSS technology (Bii Colour Safe System) will give you a digital readout and most importantly , a very easy to interpret red/green light from the advanced BCSS technology which works seamlessly with the AlcoSafe's DECT (Direct Environmental Compensation Technology ) and EVT (Electronic Valve Flow Technology) to give you a fast, accurate result. Know Your Limit.

 

All oUr AlcoSafe CA10 Breathalysers are despatched with clear, easy read instructions. .

 

How accurate is a Breathalyzer ?

All breathalysers will carry a margin of error. Even the £700+ Drager Police issue devices are not admissible in Court as evidence and a Police station breath test on a desk top machine is required with possibly a blood or urine test.

As such a breathalyser should only ever be used a guide to intoxication and indeed, we recommend that having consumed any alcohol, you should not drive - simple !

However, the AlcoSafe™ KX6000S is a perfect device for use as a morning after check in order to ensure that there is no residual alcohol in the system before driving or operating machinery.

 

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What happens if I am convicted ?

Driving/Attempting to Drive with excess alcohol (DR10)
Penalty - Fine - up to Level 5 (£5,000) and/or up to 6 months imprisonment
Mandatory disqualification for at least 12 months for first offence
Mandatory disqualification for at least 3 years for second offence within 10 years.

 

Being in charge of a motor vehicle with excess alcohol (DR40)
Penalty - Fine - up to Level 4 (£2,500) and/or up to 3 months imprisonment
10 penalty points on your license
Disqualification is at the discretion of the Court

 

After Driving/Attempting to drive refusing to provide samples for analysis (DR30)
Penalty - Fine - up to Level 5 (£5,000) and/or 6 months imprisonment
Mandatory disqualification for at least 12 months for first offence (18 months  tends to be the norm as you are considered to have been trying to avoid being found guilty)
Mandatory disqualification for at least 3 years for second offence within 10 years

 

Limits and conviction guides change from time to time. Please check current legislation