Nose beer lovers, beware! Sydney drivers are soon copping roadside tests specifically targeting cocaine users.
This rather specific mission to catch coke heads behind the wheel was touched on my Police minister Troy Grant when speaking to the, who says the current DrugWipe testing does not pick up traces coke.
He said “When roadside testing oral fluids was introduced in 2006, suitable equipment for detecting cocaine was not available... Technology has advanced considerably since that time and the testing oral fluid for cocaine is now feasible.”
Interestingly enough, Sydney''s eastern suburbs are going to be the trial zone when they begin testing later in the year. Go figure?
If this kind thing rubs you the wrong way, you can get behind Greens MP David Shoeridge's to stop roadside testing altogether.