Random breath tests continue following the suspension of static breath testing sites

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The Queensland Police Service (QPS) continues to conduct random and targeted breath tests across the State, anywhere at any time.

The recent decision to suspend static (multi-vehicle) roadside breath and drug testing means an increase in random and targeting testing to ensure the safety of all users of Queensland road networks.

Road safety continues to be a priority with motorists urged not to drink drive and always have a 'Plan B'.

Static testing sites have been suspended to reduce the risk of spread of COVID-19 to other community members and frontline police.

 
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