20th December 2016
The survey shows that one in five motorists have driven the day after a heavy drinking session, despite knowing they could be over the drink-drive limit.
Commissioned by the Automobile Association, the poll questioned almost 20,000 drivers and found 29% of those aged 25 to 34 years – and 20% of all respondents – admitted to possible drink driving the following morning.
And Sweeney Miller partner, Paul Miller, said: “There are probably still many people who believe that as long as you’ve had a good sleep after a night out, you’re safe to drive the next day.
“This valuable survey shows that’s often not the case and we’re hoping that more people than ever before in our region will hear this Christmas safety message, of keeping an eye on this often overlooked aspect of potential drink driving.
“In an ideal world, everyone would…