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Drink drivers face swifter justice with new roadside breathalysers

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Drink drivers face swifter justice with new roadside breathalysers

 

New roadside breathalyser technology and a new approach to road casualty investigation.

 

--government announces bold package of measures to improve road safety

--measures include £350,000 for a competition to bring a new mobile breathalyser to the market

--£480,000 for the RAC Foundation to trial an innovative new approach to road casualty investigation, looking more closely at what is really causing road collisions

 

Drink drivers are to face swifter justice thanks to new roadside breathalyser technology that will allow police to gather on-the-spot proof.

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/drink-drivers-face-swifter-justice-with-new-roadside-breathalysers


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hope they do it mobile phone users too

 

I went on a 200mls road trip recently with a 1080 360 on the roof

sad I know but viewing the hours of footage we caught 43 people using a mobile whilst driving a car...

 

if the police didn't have to WASTE time and money on policing or roads and people simple RESPECTED others and abided by the rules of the road we could have bobbies back on the beat.

 

sad country ….

 

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Will they be testing people in self drive cars run by computers ? Give it 20 years and we could all be passengers in cars which we program to self drive to a destination. I would guess at least one person in the car must be fit to drive and be subject to testing. Otherwise you will have people on a night out all drinking and then just getting in their self drive cars to take them home. There will also be people with health issues that might not be allowed to drive, that might see self drive as a way to get back on the road.

 

With computer self drive vehicles, all legislation is going to have to be revised, as will Insurance policies.


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Would the rac investigation find that it's not speed a major factor in rta but idiot/incompetent drivers?

Everyday i see drivers do things that make me question if they're humans and i swear that by the way they drive a lot of them never passed a driving test.

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