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New French requirements for drivers

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Information for those of us intending to drive in France - especially if you take a car from another country across the border.
From the 1st of July all cars in France will be required to carry a breathalyzer. http://www.motoring.co.uk/car-news/driving-through-france-requires-motorists-to-carry-breathalyzer-kits_39877
It seems that the suggestion is that you should have at least 2 disposable ones so that if you use one there will be another available to meet the regulations. The fine for failing to do so is not large but being prepared may save some hassle.

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