Drivers should not rely on off-the-shelf breathalysers to detect alcohol the morning after a night out.

That's according to DrinkAware, which has received a number of queries on the devices, in light of increased nationwide early morning roadside checks by Gardai.

The organisation says that, while a personal breathalyser can be useful, the results shouldn't be taken as a clear indicator that someone is under the limit, and there's still a chance they'll be over the limit if stopped at a Garda checkpoint.

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