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The Autumn Racing Carnival is here! Check your BAC before driving home



Don’t sour a happy day by losing your licence and copping a fine

The Autumn Racing Carnival has finally arrived with multi-million-dollar races at Randwick, Rosehill, Warwick Farm as well as Melbourne and Adelaide tracks over the next two months.
 
But while visitors can have fun and success at the track, it can all turn sour if you get caught drink-driving. To help ensure this doesn’t happen, it’s best to use a personal breathalyser during the day to test your blood alcohol concentration (BAC).
 
Having a few drinks to celebrate winning races or just enjoying the atmosphere at the track is fine but when it’s time to go home, drivers must be under .05. A personal breathalyser can show what your reading is before the police do.
 
No-one wants to lose their licence, cop a hefty fine and have their car impounded so it’s best to conduct a personal breath test before you even head to the car park. If you aren’t within the legal limit, only time will bring the BAC down.
 
Regular testing during the day using a personal breathalyser is easy with slim and lightweight units that fit into the palm of your hand. It’s best to make sure it is certified to Australian Standards, it’s reliable and provides an accurate reading in seconds.
 
Good personal breathalysers should provide a BAC reading to three decimal places with an accuracy of +/-.005% BAC and takes the guesswork out of knowing whether or not it is safe to drive a motor vehicle.
 
More information about breathalysers can be found here: www.andatech.com.au
More information about the Autumn Racing Carnival can be found here: https://www.horseracinginfo.com.au/sydney-autumn-racing-carnival.php
and here: https://www.horseracinginfo.com.au/melbourne-autumn-racing-carnival.php

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Note to editor
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If you would like to review an AlcoSense personal breathalyser, please contact Wendy McWilliams on 03 9803 2588 or wendy@wmcpr.com.au with details of your request and she can organise for a unit to be sent to you.
 
  1.  BAC refers to blood alcohol concentration or blood alcohol content and describes the percentage of alcohol present in an individual’s bloodstream at a particular point in time. It is the key variable that determines whether law enforcement can legally arrest a driver for impairment.
  2. AlcoSense breathalysers come with a three-year warranty that is extendable up to a lifetime as long as the unit is calibrated every six months. This is provided under the ‘AlcoSense Guarantee’, which applies to all Andatech breathalysers. https://www.andatechdistribution.com.au/pages/alcosense-guarantee
 
About Andatech:
Andatech is a 100% Australian owned company that designs, supplies, supports and services safety and wellness products including high quality alcohol and drug testing equipment, and air quality products. The company has the widest range of Australian Standard-certified breathalysers in Australia, which are designed for personal use, in workplaces, at hospitality venues (wall mounted) and as car interlock devices. Drug testing kits cover saliva and urine testing of 7 drug groups providing error-free results. Air quality products include dehumidifiers, air purifiers, humidifiers and aroma diffusers. https://www.andatech.com.au/
 
Media enquiries:
Wendy McWilliams, WMC PR, T: 03 9803 2588