He who drinks does not drive

“There are fewer and fewer alcoholic accidents on Swiss roads. In the last 15 years, the number of deaths due to alcohol has dropped by two-thirds. However, the holidays still stand out in a negative way: In the period from Christmas to New Year, alcohol is more prevalent than the cause of the accident. The bfu accident prevention advisory service is now available with new campaign subjects. And she reminds you that you can also be mobile without driving yourself.”

Find more from bfu (Switzerland, December 2018)

bfu also remind that you should not drink alcohol – even the smallest amounts – if you are taking medication.

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