Drink-drive figures consistent, but fewer admit to speeding

Dave Brown
Drink-drive figures consistent
Drink-drive figures consistent


Efforts to persuade motorists not to drink and drive appear to be stalling - but fewer drivers are speeding, according to new figures.


Last year, six per cent of drivers admitted to taking to the road after having an alcoholic drink, with six per cent owning up to driving "the morning after the night before".