Drivers in France must carry a breathalyser from today
New motoring laws have come into force in France making it compulsory for drivers to carry breathalyser kits in their vehicles.
As of today, motorists and motorcyclists will face an on-the-spot fine unless they travel with two single-use devices as part of a government drive to reduce the number of drink-drive related deaths.
The new regulations, which excludes mopeds, will be fully enforced and include foreigner drivers from November 1 following a four-month period of grace. Anyone failing to produce a breathalyser after that date will receive an 11 euro fine...