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Perfect to have to hand over the Christmas period if you will be drinking or know someone who will.

99p for a single use test kit, available in all bargain buys stores
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Please remember everyone, the alcohol limit in Scotland has been reduced to 50mg (I think it's 80mg in England and Wales) so check the kit if you live in Scotland or are planning to visit over the Christmas hols.

Edited By: matbuufo on Dec 11, 2014 09:15: Grammatical error
#2
I couldn't trust this for 99p
#3
cheapskate100
I couldn't trust this for 99p

The 99p ones will still work the same as any disposable testing kit.
10 Likes #4
Save yourself 99p, and just not drink, at all! if you're planning on driving.
9 Likes #5
matbuufo
Please remember everyone, the alcohol limit in a Scotland has been reduced to 50mg (I think it's 80mg in England and Wales) so check the kit if you live in Scotland or are planning to visit over the Christmas hols.
i personally think you should not drink and drive. However i think these kits are good for the next day to make sure you are safe to drive. Some people think oh i can have a couple of pints but as we all know it depends on if you have eaten, % of alcohol, size etc.
1 Like #6
I absolutely agree with you, coolmum.
1 Like #7
if in any doubt - don't drive at all
#8
Next day or not, no excuse for drink driving. If you think you may be over the limit you probably are!! Get a taxi instead.
#9
ERM just don't drink if you want to drive
#10
uglybeautyqueen
cheapskate100
I couldn't trust this for 99p

The 99p ones will still work the same as any disposable testing kit.

Wouldn't trust them either, even the police ones aren't accurate. That's why it has to be followed up with a blood test for accuracy. I wouldn't drive after a pint but can be useful next morning as a rough guide.
#11
Ideal if your travelling to Europe where it's compulsory to carry one so heat from me
2 Likes #12
Excellent cheap festive fun buy 10 or so and see who can get the highest score!
#13
traceym
Ideal if your travelling to Europe where it's compulsory to carry one so heat from me



NOT in France.
#14
cheapskate100
uglybeautyqueen
cheapskate100
I couldn't trust this for 99p

The 99p ones will still work the same as any disposable testing kit.

Wouldn't trust them either, even the police ones aren't accurate. That's why it has to be followed up with a blood test for accuracy. I wouldn't drive after a pint but can be useful next morning as a rough guide.

Errr. Thats totally incorrect.
#15
Geemac
traceym
Ideal if your travelling to Europe where it's compulsory to carry one so heat from me


NOT in France.

France definitely in fact you have to carry two

Edited By: traceym on Dec 11, 2014 12:16
#16
traceym
Geemac
traceym
Ideal if your travelling to Europe where it's compulsory to carry one so heat from me



NOT in France.


France definitely in fact you have to carry two



AGAIN NOT in France. There is NO fine :D

http://www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/overseas/driving-abroad-whats-new-2012.html

Edited By: Geemac on Dec 11, 2014 13:33
#17
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
uglybeautyqueen
cheapskate100
I couldn't trust this for 99p

The 99p ones will still work the same as any disposable testing kit.

Wouldn't trust them either, even the police ones aren't accurate. That's why it has to be followed up with a blood test for accuracy. I wouldn't drive after a pint but can be useful next morning as a rough guide.



Errr. Thats totally incorrect.

Err, not incorrect but the police wouldn't give the correct advice nor would those selling the devices.
http://www.motorists.org/dui/breathalyzers-fail-legitimacy-test
These are facts they will not tell you. If you fail a breathalyser test you will be offered or at least should be offered the choice of a blood test and if it's not, you should demand it. There are a number of factors which affect the accuracy, one of my pals has been in the force for over ten years and has told me many people have failed by more than half on top of the drink drive limit and have had a blood test which shows they are well under.

Sorry I should have explained better the first time but didn't expect a stupid reply. Long and short, don't even have one drink but if you do and you are arrested for DUI then always, always demand a blood test.

And these cheap ones will only tell you there is alcohol in your system and will not give an accurate reading.
http://alcodigital.com/ukblog/so-just-how-accurate-are-personal-breathalyzers/
I feel this post should be removed as it could get someone in trouble.


Edited By: cheapskate100 on Dec 11, 2014 13:52
#18
Geemac
traceym
Geemac
traceym
Ideal if your travelling to Europe where it's compulsory to carry one so heat from me


NOT in France.

France definitely in fact you have to carry two



AGAIN NOT in France. There is NO fine :D



http://www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/overseas/driving-abroad-whats-new-2012.html

From your own link
"So theoretically you are still required to carry a self-test breathalyser when driving in France but there is no current legislation demanding a fine for non-compliance."

And yes we have had a stop check, and were carrying them
#19
traceym
Geemac
traceym
Geemac
traceym
Ideal if your travelling to Europe where it's compulsory to carry one so heat from me



NOT in France.


France definitely in fact you have to carry two




AGAIN NOT in France. There is NO fine :D



http://www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/overseas/driving-abroad-whats-new-2012.html


From your own link
"So theoretically you are still required to carry a self-test breathalyser when driving in France but there is no current legislation demanding a fine for non-compliance."

And yes we have had a stop check, and were carrying them


No fine NO point
#20
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
uglybeautyqueen
cheapskate100
I couldn't trust this for 99p

The 99p ones will still work the same as any disposable testing kit.

Wouldn't trust them either, even the police ones aren't accurate. That's why it has to be followed up with a blood test for accuracy. I wouldn't drive after a pint but can be useful next morning as a rough guide.



Errr. Thats totally incorrect.

Err, not incorrect but the police wouldn't give the correct advice nor would those selling the devices.
http://www.motorists.org/dui/breathalyzers-fail-legitimacy-test
These are facts they will not tell you. If you fail a breathalyser test you will be offered or at least should be offered the choice of a blood test and if it's not, you should demand it. There are a number of factors which affect the accuracy, one of my pals has been in the force for over ten years and has told me many people have failed by more than half on top of the drink drive limit and have had a blood test which shows they are well under.

Sorry I should have explained better the first time but didn't expect a stupid reply. Long and short, don't even have one drink but if you do and you are arrested for DUI then always, always demand a blood test.

And these cheap ones will only tell you there is alcohol in your system and will not give an accurate reading.
http://alcodigital.com/ukblog/so-just-how-accurate-are-personal-breathalyzers/
I feel this post should be removed as it could get someone in trouble.

#21
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
uglybeautyqueen
cheapskate100
I couldn't trust this for 99p

The 99p ones will still work the same as any disposable testing kit.

Wouldn't trust them either, even the police ones aren't accurate. That's why it has to be followed up with a blood test for accuracy. I wouldn't drive after a pint but can be useful next morning as a rough guide.

I carry out police station breathaliser procedures at Custody. I am trained and authorised under PACE 1984. I do NOT qualify an evidential specimen with blood. It is illegal and is only carried out in certain circumstances which is a legal statutory option. Nothing to do with the quality of the reading.



Errr. Thats totally incorrect.

Err, not incorrect but the police wouldn't give the correct advice nor would those selling the devices.



http://www.motorists.org/dui/breathalyzers-fail-legitimacy-test
These are facts they will not tell you. If you fail a breathalyser test you will be offered or at least should be offered the choice of a blood test and if it's not, you should demand it. There are a number of factors which affect the accuracy, one of my pals has been in the force for over ten years and has told me many people have failed by more than half on top of the drink drive limit and have had a blood test which shows they are well under.

Sorry I should have explained better the first time but didn't expect a stupid reply. Long and short, don't even have one drink but if you do and you are arrested for DUI then always, always demand a blood test.

And these cheap ones will only tell you there is alcohol in your system and will not give an accurate reading.
http://alcodigital.com/ukblog/so-just-how-accurate-are-personal-breathalyzers/
I feel this post should be removed as it could get someone in trouble.

#22
I carry out police station breathaliser procedures at Custody. I am trained and authorised under PACE 1984. I do NOT qualify an evidential specimen with blood. It is illegal and is only carried out in certain circumstances which is a legal statutory option. Nothing to do with the quality of the reading.

You cannot demand a blood test either!!! LOL
#23
slo_moshun
I carry out police station breathaliser procedures at Custody. I am trained and authorised under PACE 1984. I do NOT qualify an evidential specimen with blood. It is illegal and is only carried out in certain circumstances which is a legal statutory option. Nothing to do with the quality of the reading.

You cannot demand a blood test either!!! LOL

Sorry officer dribble but my knowledge seems to be of the old system where you actually had rights but it seems the police corporation is more about profit these days and not fairness.
I have checked and it has changed. Here's the proof it was how I say it was. I apologise for not keeping up to date...LOL
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1162150/Drivers-fail-breathalyser-denied-right-ask-blood-test.html
#24
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
I carry out police station breathaliser procedures at Custody. I am trained and authorised under PACE 1984. I do NOT qualify an evidential specimen with blood. It is illegal and is only carried out in certain circumstances which is a legal statutory option. Nothing to do with the quality of the reading.

You cannot demand a blood test either!!! LOL

Sorry officer dribble but my knowledge seems to be of the old system where you actually had rights but it seems the police corporation is more about profit these days and not fairness.
I have checked and it has changed. Here's the proof it was how I say it was. I apologise for not keeping up to date...LOL
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1162150/Drivers-fail-breathalyser-denied-right-ask-blood-test.html

The Police are not a business so don't make money. Proof? From a newspaper article! The Road Traffic Act came into force in the 80's! Don't promote your zero rated law knowledge which you obtain from the media over mine when I do it day day out. Clown.
1 Like #25
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
I carry out police station breathaliser procedures at Custody. I am trained and authorised under PACE 1984. I do NOT qualify an evidential specimen with blood. It is illegal and is only carried out in certain circumstances which is a legal statutory option. Nothing to do with the quality of the reading.

You cannot demand a blood test either!!! LOL

Sorry officer dribble but my knowledge seems to be of the old system where you actually had rights but it seems the police corporation is more about profit these days and not fairness.
I have checked and it has changed. Here's the proof it was how I say it was. I apologise for not keeping up to date...LOL
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1162150/Drivers-fail-breathalyser-denied-right-ask-blood-test.html

The Police are not a business so don't make money. Proof? From a newspaper article! The Road Traffic Act came into force in the 80's! Don't promote your zero rated law knowledge which you obtain from the media over mine when I do it day day out. Clown.

8)8) an up tight copper who thinks he knows everything. There's something new for you..... LOOOOOL
#26
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
I carry out police station breathaliser procedures at Custody. I am trained and authorised under PACE 1984. I do NOT qualify an evidential specimen with blood. It is illegal and is only carried out in certain circumstances which is a legal statutory option. Nothing to do with the quality of the reading.

You cannot demand a blood test either!!! LOL

Sorry officer dribble but my knowledge seems to be of the old system where you actually had rights but it seems the police corporation is more about profit these days and not fairness.
I have checked and it has changed. Here's the proof it was how I say it was. I apologise for not keeping up to date...LOL
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1162150/Drivers-fail-breathalyser-denied-right-ask-blood-test.html

The Police are not a business so don't make money. Proof? From a newspaper article! The Road Traffic Act came into force in the 80's! Don't promote your zero rated law knowledge which you obtain from the media over mine when I do it day day out. Clown.

8)8) an up tight copper who thinks he knows everything. There's something new for you..... LOOOOOL

Lol indeed. You indeed professed your limited and infantile knowledge of something you know, and accept, nothing about. I don't know everything, just a lot more than you on this subject. You get proved wrong and then retort with attack. But hey, forget about it. It's Xmas!!
#27
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
I carry out police station breathaliser procedures at Custody. I am trained and authorised under PACE 1984. I do NOT qualify an evidential specimen with blood. It is illegal and is only carried out in certain circumstances which is a legal statutory option. Nothing to do with the quality of the reading.

You cannot demand a blood test either!!! LOL

Sorry officer dribble but my knowledge seems to be of the old system where you actually had rights but it seems the police corporation is more about profit these days and not fairness.
I have checked and it has changed. Here's the proof it was how I say it was. I apologise for not keeping up to date...LOL
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1162150/Drivers-fail-breathalyser-denied-right-ask-blood-test.html

The Police are not a business so don't make money. Proof? From a newspaper article! The Road Traffic Act came into force in the 80's! Don't promote your zero rated law knowledge which you obtain from the media over mine when I do it day day out. Clown.

8)8) an up tight copper who thinks he knows everything. There's something new for you..... LOOOOOL

Lol indeed. You indeed professed your limited and infantile knowledge of something you know, and accept, nothing about. I don't know everything, just a lot more than you on this subject. You get proved wrong and then retort with attack. But hey, forget about it. It's Xmas!!

The law was changed in 2013 here is the bill that was proposed and the final consultation. Here is the link to the bill of law request change and the final summary before completion. You can clearly see on the GOVERNMENTS own website the list of changes. It comes under q1-q4 in te summary here https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/211967/response-drink-driving-consultation.pdf
Do I need to offer more proof? Or do you think the government are liars too? 8) If you really do that job surely you would know...
#28
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
I carry out police station breathaliser procedures at Custody. I am trained and authorised under PACE 1984. I do NOT qualify an evidential specimen with blood. It is illegal and is only carried out in certain circumstances which is a legal statutory option. Nothing to do with the quality of the reading.

You cannot demand a blood test either!!! LOL

Sorry officer dribble but my knowledge seems to be of the old system where you actually had rights but it seems the police corporation is more about profit these days and not fairness.
I have checked and it has changed. Here's the proof it was how I say it was. I apologise for not keeping up to date...LOL
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1162150/Drivers-fail-breathalyser-denied-right-ask-blood-test.html

The Police are not a business so don't make money. Proof? From a newspaper article! The Road Traffic Act came into force in the 80's! Don't promote your zero rated law knowledge which you obtain from the media over mine when I do it day day out. Clown.

8)8) an up tight copper who thinks he knows everything. There's something new for you..... LOOOOOL

Lol indeed. You indeed professed your limited and infantile knowledge of something you know, and accept, nothing about. I don't know everything, just a lot more than you on this subject. You get proved wrong and then retort with attack. But hey, forget about it. It's Xmas!!

And if you don't understand it. Here it is in simple terms in the daily mirror. You can find it reported in any newspaper.
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/drink-drive-suspects-lose-automatic-right-2020418
#29
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
I carry out police station breathaliser procedures at Custody. I am trained and authorised under PACE 1984. I do NOT qualify an evidential specimen with blood. It is illegal and is only carried out in certain circumstances which is a legal statutory option. Nothing to do with the quality of the reading.

You cannot demand a blood test either!!! LOL

Sorry officer dribble but my knowledge seems to be of the old system where you actually had rights but it seems the police corporation is more about profit these days and not fairness.
I have checked and it has changed. Here's the proof it was how I say it was. I apologise for not keeping up to date...LOL
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1162150/Drivers-fail-breathalyser-denied-right-ask-blood-test.html

The Police are not a business so don't make money. Proof? From a newspaper article! The Road Traffic Act came into force in the 80's! Don't promote your zero rated law knowledge which you obtain from the media over mine when I do it day day out. Clown.

8)8) an up tight copper who thinks he knows everything. There's something new for you..... LOOOOOL

Lol indeed. You indeed professed your limited and infantile knowledge of something you know, and accept, nothing about. I don't know everything, just a lot more than you on this subject. You get proved wrong and then retort with attack. But hey, forget about it. It's Xmas!!

And if you don't understand it. Here it is in simple terms in the daily mirror. You can find it reported in any newspaper.
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/drink-drive-suspects-lose-automatic-right-2020418

Are you that thick? You do not have a right for a blood sample, you are offered one dependant on your evidential reading. It is not a given. Stop reading newspapers and get educated. Oh, in case you didn't know, newspapers end up in court for false stories. But you won't know that as they don't publicise it! Off to the pub in your car again?
#30
Oh. The law hasn't changed. A proposal and cosultation is not a change of a statutory instrument, such as PACE. It goes to the House Of Lords for a vote. But you wouldn't know that as they don't tell you in the Daily Mirror.
#31
Now now children ;)
#32
slo_moshun
Oh. The law hasn't changed. A proposal and cosultation is not a change of a statutory instrument, such as PACE. It goes to the House Of Lords for a vote. But you wouldn't know that as they don't tell you in the Daily Mirror.

So you can still demand a blood test then...... Unless the law has changed of course.....
#33
uglybeautyqueen
Now now children ;)

Lol. Sad bloke who once he reads something in a paper then it must be true!!
#34
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
Oh. The law hasn't changed. A proposal and cosultation is not a change of a statutory instrument, such as PACE. It goes to the House Of Lords for a vote. But you wouldn't know that as they don't tell you in the Daily Mirror.

So you can still demand a blood test then...... Unless the law has changed of course.....

No!!!
#35
slo_moshun
Oh. The law hasn't changed. A proposal and cosultation is not a change of a statutory instrument, such as PACE. It goes to the House Of Lords for a vote. But you wouldn't know that as they don't tell you in the Daily Mirror.

I can see you're getting a little angry. Calm down, I understand newspapers lie. But when all of them print tw story on something not so exciting I tend to believe it's pretty true officer.

I wouldn't drink drive it's illegal and so is trolling {)
#36
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
Oh. The law hasn't changed. A proposal and cosultation is not a change of a statutory instrument, such as PACE. It goes to the House Of Lords for a vote. But you wouldn't know that as they don't tell you in the Daily Mirror.

I can see you're getting a little angry. Calm down, I understand newspapers lie. But when all of them print tw story on something not so exciting I tend to believe it's pretty true officer.

I wouldn't drink drive it's illegal and so is trolling {)

You'd know.

Exclamation marks are not me being angry just suprise at your lack of intellect! Like it or lump it, the law is the law, it hasn't changed, maybe it will. Move on.
#37
cheapskate100
slo_moshun
I carry out police station breathaliser procedures at Custody. I am trained and authorised under PACE 1984. I do NOT qualify an evidential specimen with blood. It is illegal and is only carried out in certain circumstances which is a legal statutory option. Nothing to do with the quality of the reading.

You cannot demand a blood test either!!! LOL

Sorry officer dribble but my knowledge seems to be of the old system where you actually had rights but it seems the police corporation is more about profit these days and not fairness.
I have checked and it has changed. Here's the proof it was how I say it was. I apologise for not keeping up to date...LOL
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1162150/Drivers-fail-breathalyser-denied-right-ask-blood-test.html


Listen. You go on about rights in a previous post. I have dealt with dps who have mowed down kids when ****. I have to look after THEIR rights too, doing the procedure. Bet you wouldn't be so anti police if it was your kids who died.

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