JMPD explains how new breathalysers bypass need for blood testing

Police have warned Joburg motorists not to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

New alcohol testing machines have been introduced that will immediately print out the reading, bypassing the necessity of a blood test.

Johannesburg Metro Police Senior Superintendent Wayne Minnaar outlines the details of testing for drunken driving.

Previously we were depending solely on the blood sample and that's where the problem arose because the blood samples were not being presented on time.

Wayne Minnaar, JMPD

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