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The local council's received TAC funding for the plan, which will allow locals who are holding private functions to borrow the machines to breath test drivers.
But senior police are less than happy, fearing the machines will result in drinking games and competitions to see who can blow the highest reading.
Assistant Commissioner ROBERT HILL says he'll be raising police concerns with the TAC during a meeting today:
Picture: There are many styles of non-police breathalysers on the market but officials are questioning their accuracy
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