Definition of 'breath test'
Example sentences containing 'breath test'
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He was not arrested and passed an alcohol breath test. The Sun (2012)Officers searched the vehicle and found the empty tins before asking him to provide a breath test. The Sun (2015)It provides a breath test and a plan to help manage your condition. The Sun (2012)We also need more officers out on the roads carrying out breath tests. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They gave positive breath tests and are awaiting the results of blood samples. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He passed a breath test but was held on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving then bailed. The Sun (2015)On second thoughts a breath test might be more relevant as he made them in a bar after midnight. The Sun (2009)Both lorry drivers passed roadside breath tests, police said. The Sun (2013)So the introduction of random breath tests should not be a problem for the law-abiding majority. The Sun (2008)A breath test showed she was nearly four times over the legal limit. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A breath test showed he had downed more than three times the alcohol limit. The Sun (2009)A breath test showed she was well above the drink-drive limit. The Sun (2006)A breath test showed he was nearly 1½ times the limit. The Sun (2015)In November 2010 he was arrested for failing to provide a breath test after a car accident. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Police said the Wasps fly-half smelt of booze and had glazed eyes during a failed roadside breath test. The Sun (2016)Yesterday he admitted four driving offences, criminal damage and failing to provide a breath test sample to officers. The Sun (2009)Drivers also face limits of 20mph in residential zones, random breath tests and tougher fixed penalties for offences such as passing too close to a cyclist. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The introduction of random breath tests should surely call time on ANY drinking and driving. The Sun (2008)
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