READ MORE:A car is equipped with a 24-hour blood glucose monitoring system to measure the levels of blood sugar and to ensure it remains within a safe range for you to drive, says a spokeswoman for Derby City Council.
The 24-Hour Blood Glucose Monitoring System (BGSM) can be found in the dash of the car.
If your blood sugar levels are within the BGSM range, your car can drive for a period of time without any symptoms of hypoglycemias.
If your BGSMs level exceeds the level allowed by the vehicle owner, the car can be left in place to allow you to go to the emergency department or to take your medication.
If you need immediate treatment, you can call the car’s operator or emergency services directly.
“It is not possible to monitor your blood glucose levels with the BgsM system,” the spokeswoman said.
The spokeswoman added that while the system is capable of monitoring your blood sugars, it is not capable of measuring the concentration of glucose in your body.
“If you have a diabetes and it is within the normal range, then you will not experience any problems,” she said.
“However if your blood levels are outside the normal ranges, then your BgsMs will detect any changes and will be able to stop the car if needed.”
If your blood level does not fall within the range, it can be taken to the nearest hospital for treatment.
You can read more about the BGsM here: The spokeswoman also confirmed that the BMSM system was also able to help monitor the presence of sugar in the blood.
If you do have a sugar-related illness, the blood glucose testing system will give you an alert if you exceed your blood-glucose limit.
It will then ask you to make a number of other tests, including a breath test, blood pressure test and urine test.
A diabetic patient’s blood glucose level can also be monitored through the BRSM.
The BGSm system is not available in all cars.
However, the spokeswoman confirmed that all cars on the City’s roads have the BTSM.
She said that all BTSMs have the same 24-hours monitoring capability.
“The system also has the capability to alert you to the presence and levels of sugar and fat in your blood,” she explained.
“These are measures of the levels in your bloodstream and they can be used for monitoring your diabetes.”
“These measures will also be recorded on your BBSM.”
A spokesman for Derby County Council confirmed that no cars on its roads were equipped with the 24-Hours BGSMS system.
However the spokesman did confirm that the vehicle owners could have a control centre in Derby, which is able to monitor their BGSms.
“There are a number vehicles on the roads that are equipped with 24- Hour BGSMA,” he said.
“There are no specific instructions on how to use these vehicles.”
The spokeswoman said that the control centre would also be able, if necessary, to request that cars on a particular road have a 24 hour BGSMT sensor installed.
However that would be on a case-by-case basis.
“You could also have the control center contact you directly and ask you if you want the sensor installed or not,” she added.
The spokesman also confirmed there would be a 24 hours BGSMANNIS system on the car owners car, which could also be used to monitor blood sugar.
He said that while there were no specific requirements for how the car should be used, there was a minimum number of days that the car could be kept at a low level of sugar.
“All the cars on Derby County Roads have a BGSManNIS on board,” he explained.
The spokesman said that if you have any questions about your car, you could call Derby City’s emergency services direct.
If you need urgent care or if you are concerned about your health, call the local GP or contact your local emergency department.