Drinking? Don´t drive

“Each year, 400 people continue to be killed or seriously injured on New Zealand roads in a crash where the driver was over the legal alcohol limit. While the message to not drink and drive is widely acknowledged, many drivers have developed a sense of complacency. They know the drink-driving limits, the consequences of being stopped by Police and that drinking increases their chance of having a crash, but they’re still willing to take the chance. Everyone makes mistakes when driving but alcohol impairment can turn ordinary driving mistakes into serious events, sometimes tragic events.”

Find more from Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency (New Zealand, December 2020)

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