More than half of drivers are not aware of current drink drive limits, according to a survey by law firm Rothera Dawson.
GEM Motoring Assist says the Government must now accept that the drink-drive limit in England and Wales is too high after a new research was published.
An alcohol testing expert has called for the Government to reconsider a reduction in English and Welsh drink drive limits in line with Scotland, particularly for commercial drivers.
Lower drink-drive limit and 'French-style' breathalyser law could help save lives, says Suzannah Robin, alcohol safety expert at Alcodigital.
The Christmas and New Year drink- and drug-driving campaign caught more people who got behind the wheel after taking drugs in England or Wales than ever before.
Pressure is mounting on the UK Government to follow Scotland and Northern Ireland’s lead by cutting the drink-drive limit in England and Wales.
Drink drive figures in Scotland rose by a third over the 2015 Christmas period.
Northern Ireland is to introduce a two-tier drink drive law, with learner and professional drivers facing a lower limit.
Around 5,500 people fail breath tests between 6am and midday every year, according to new research from Think!
A majority of people would like to see the legal drink-drive limit reduced across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, to the same level of that in Scotland.
The vast majority (88%) of UK motorists cannot correctly identify the current drink-drive limit in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, research shows.
Think, the Government road safety campaign, has launched its Christmas drink drive campaign.
Research from insurer RIAS claims that a third of drivers have driven while over the legal alcohol limit.
Road safety charity Brake is urging employers to tackle drink and drug driving among at-work drivers.
Employers are being urged to take road risk management seriously after one in five drivers admitted to using a hand-held mobile phone while driving.
Delegates heard about the latest legislation and impact of drink and drug driving at a session by safety and medical technology provider Dräger.
England and Wales will soon be “isolated” with the highest drink drive limit in Europe, according to the Police Federation.
Road safety charity Brake is backing the National Police Chiefs Council summer drink and drug driving campaign, urging drivers to enjoy themselves responsibly.
Brake, the road safety charity, has welcomed figures published on May 21, 2015 by the Ministry of Justice.
Brake has given its backing to calls made today (May 19) by the Police Federation for a lower drink drive limit.
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