drink driving

It follows a difficult 12 months for the 'Saturday Night Takeaway' presenter.
It follows a difficult 12 months for the 'Saturday Night Takeaway' presenter.
'It is easy to lose count of how many you have.'
Police have warned consumers not to drive after enjoying alcoholic ice lollies, raising concerns about their growing popularity
Drink Driving. We all know the rules right? The legal limit is 80 milligrams of alcohol for every 100 milliliters of blood or 35 micrograms of alcohol for every 100 milligrams of breath. So, if you are over the limit, bye bye license.
The warm pubs, the parties, the bottle of wine before going to bed... they all translate to more alcohol, and more peril on our roads at Christmas. According to figures released under the Freedom of Information act in a piece of research commissioned by Jennings Motor Group there is generally a rise in drink-driving of around the festive period.
There is also no requirement for cyclists to be registered anywhere in the same way that motorists have to register with the DVLA, so there is no way of really knowing if after a collision with a cyclist they really are who they say they are, unlike a motorist whose registration number would provide a lot of details even if they didn't.
Yet 90 per cent of them think they're the safest drivers out there...
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Do you think you could drink drive? Despite the fact it's entirely illegal, many people still think they know better and