Sweden installs automatic 'alco-barriers' for drivers at ferry port

Selected drivers arriving from Denmark and Germany will be required to undergo breathalyser tests

Gothenburg port in Sweden has installed the country’s first automated sobriety check to prevent drivers over the alcohol limit from venturing on to its road network.

Resembling petrol pumps, the “alco-barriers” will select random drivers rolling off truck and car ferries that put into Scandinavia’s largest port and require them to blow into a breathalyser tube.

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Source: The Guardian
Sweden installs automatic 'alco-barriers' for drivers at ferry port