The new french breathalyzer kit regulations are expected to come into force from 1st July 2012.
These new french driving regulations will mean that all drivers travelling in France by road (including british drivers) will be required to carry a breathalyzer kit in their car that they can use to test themselves to see if they are over the french drink drive limit of 0.05% BAC. If a driver is stopped by the police they will be expected to produce this breathalyzer kit.
Drivers on a normal driving license are advised to carry at least 2 of the disposable 0.05% single use breathalyzer kits in their vehicle, so that if they use one of the breath tests to breathalyse themselves, they have a spare breathalyzer kit to produce, if they are required to do so by the police.
Professional drivers such as bus & coach drivers, lorry drivers etc should carry the lower limit 0.02% BAC breathalyzer kits rather than the 0.05% AC breathalyzer kits.
The Mission disposable breathalyzer kits come in a range of sensitivities and are available in boxes of 3 & 20 breath test kits and in both the 0.05% BAC and the lower 0.02% BAC . They are ideal for british drivers to carry in their vehicles when travelling to France having directions on the box in both english and french.