Device lets motorists self-test blood-alcohol level before driving.
All vehicles being driven in France soon will be required to carry a Breathalyzer kit, with the government saying motorists can use the equipment to test themselves before they take to the road. The U.K.’s Institute of Advanced Motorists says the law applies to those visiting France as well, even just for a day trip, as of July 1. Starting in November there will be an €11 ($14.56) fine for non-compliance. IAM says that of the almost 6 million trips by private vehicles from ...
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