Infographic – the facts about drink driving

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It’s that time of year when we can all get a little carried away with the celebrations and parties. The foolish ones among us will attempt to drive home after drinking too much. The numbers aren’t small either, apparently one in five motorists has admitted to taking a risk and driving while over the limit during the festive season.

Check out the infographic below for more statistics about drink driving. Whatever you do, make sure you don’t become a statistic yourself.







4 thoughts on “Infographic – the facts about drink driving”

  1. They really are scary statistics. It is the one thing I have promised myself I will never do, no matter how tempting it is just not worth the risk. I couldn’t live with myself if I hurt (or even worse) someone because I was being so selfish. If we go out and I am driving I have half a lager then coke for the rest of the night.

  2. They really are worrying statistics. I don’t actually drive, but there’s no way I’d mix the two if I did and I’ll definitely do my bit and stop someone from driving if I think they’ve had too much.

  3. Kerrie McGiveron

    Scary stuff. I do admit to loving the odd tipple *hicks* but I never drink and drive, not ever – it is just not worth it. Lovely blog by the way, just discovered 🙂

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