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New: French Breathalyzer law - on-the-spot fines introduction delayed.
From 1st July 2012 it became obligatory for all vehicles (including motorbikes) driving in France to carry a breathalyzer or alcohol-level test. Originally scheduled for 30th March, the law came into force on 1st July as suppliers could not provide enough breathalyzer kits.
From November 2012 there is an 11 € fine for not having one in the car, buy yours here.
Update: The French Interior minister has delayed the introduction of an €11 fine until some regions in the country get enough of the breathalyser kits in stock.
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