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ALL motorists stopped by police for minor offences will be breathalysed as part of Scottish police forces' summer road-safety campaign.
Normally, only those involved in an accident or believed to have been drinking face an automatic breath test. But for the next two weeks, officers have been asked to check routinely the alcohol levels of motorists pulled over for speeding, not wearing a seat belt, or even having a faulty headlight.
John Vine, Tayside's Chief Constable and chairman of the road policing unit of the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland (ACPOS), said the campaign...
"There is still a persistent minority of drivers who believe they can have a few drinks and be fit to drive," he said.
Originally posted by Sauron
So because of a minority of drives, all other drivers will be tested?
this does not seem proper to me.
I have often wondered why Bars/Pubs have parking lots when they don't want you to drink and drive