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Most Drivers Support Stricter Drink Driving Laws

Most Drivers Support Stricter Drink Driving Laws

Most Drivers Support Stricter Drink Driving Laws

A new report by the RAC has shown that 6 in 10 motorists support reducing the legal blood-alcohol limit in England and Wales.

The legal-limit has remained the same in England and Wales (80mg of alochol per 100ml) since the first laws came in together with the introduction of roadside breath testing.

The legal limit in Scotland and Northern Ireland is 50mg of alochol per 100ml.

The RAC research suggests 59% of respondents are behind the idea of stricter laws, with 21% of those happy to see it go even lower, to 20mg per 100ml.

It appears fear of dangerous drunk-drivers is a chief concern for motorists, with almost a quarter of those surveyed for the RAC Report citing this as their main worry on the roads.