Tag : drink driving
The number of drink-drive crashes in the UK has risen 3% in latest figures; prompting renewed calls for a smarter package of measures from the Government.
Fleet managers should take a zero-tolerance approach to tackle drink- and drug-driving in fleets, says new guidance from Global Fleet Champions campaign.
Fit-to-drive declarations are becoming “more important” in the light of increased levels of drink and drug driving reported by the police – and could even help … Read More »
The number of drink-drive fatalities has shown little change in nearly a decade – leading to calls for a “meaningful package of measures”, from increased roads … Read More »
More than 5,000 drivers have been caught drink-driving on more than one occasion in the past four years, leading Brake to call for “decisive” action to … Read More »
Drivers over the limit will face an increased chance of being prosecuted under new roadside breathalyser technology being explored.
Convictions for traffic offenses in England and Wales increased in 2016, continuing a trend which began in 2014, according to IAM Roadsmart.
Drink and drug driving offences are up year-on-year across the UK, according to new insurance quote data revealed by MoneySuperMarket.
The government is being urged again to lower the legal blood-alcohol limit in England and Wales as latest research shows the majority of drivers would back a … Read More »
Ford has commissioned a special ‘Hangover Suit’ to show drivers the risks of driving after a big night out.
Police forces across England have kicked off their annual month-long operation against drink and drug driving.
Brake Professional has released a new resource to help employers educate their drivers on the dangers of ‘morning after’ drink-driving.
Two families involved in Brake’s Roads to Justice campaign will submit two Change.org petitions, both of which have reached 100,000 signatures, to Downing Street on 27 October. … Read More »
Brake has joined other road safety groups and emergency services in urging MPs to reduce the UK’s drink driving limit, backed by the majority of the … Read More »