Removing the myths of drug and alcohol abuse
Some 100,000 drivers are arrested for drink driving each year.
According to Avoidd, which provides training in avoidance as well as Department for Transport drink drive rehabilitation courses, many are unaware they are over the legal limit.
The reason for this, says Avoidd, is that many alcoholic drinks, especially wines and lagers, have got stronger.
“If you drink the night before your drive, you may be amazed at how little alcohol is needed to put you over the limit the next day,” says Roger Singer, who runs Avoidd.
“Even of you feel fine the next morning, there is still a chance that residual alcohol still in your system is sufficient for a driving ban.”
Roger, who has 14 years