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Motorhome accessory review: AlcoSense Lite 2 Breathalyser

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If you enjoy a drink once you've parked your motorhome or campervan up for the night, it could be time to invest in an AlcoSense Lite 2 Breathalyser.

It’s up to you if you want to ignore the government’s guidelines on alcohol intake and get paralytic in your motorhome or campervan, just as long as you’re parked somewhere sensible and don’t plan on driving it anywhere. After all, there’s no law against befriending fellow campers, throwing the keys in a bowl and playing spin the bottle all night.

However, it is illegal to drive the next day if you’re still over the limit, which can be hard to know – that’s why it’s mandatory to carry a breathalyser in some countries (such as France). If you’ve ever been stopped by the police and breathalysed then you’ll know how these easy-to-use contraptions work: simply switch it on, stick a straw in it and blow. It's priced at just £44.99 from Alcosense.co.uk

 

•This review was originally published in the March 2020 issue of Campervan. Download your FREE digital sample issue of Campervan magazine here.

  

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