I am all for lowering the limits for drink driving, however alcahol can get into your bloodstream through other ways not just beer and that is where it causes problems.....
Also " The Morning After " would be more of an issue.You can't calculate your alcohol limit. So don't try
There is no failsafe guide as to how to stay under the legal alcohol limit or how much you can drink and still drive safely. It can depend on many factors such as:
- stress levels
- amount of food eaten
- amount and type of alcohol consumed.
Any amount of alcohol affects your ability to drive safely as your reaction times are impaired and you're unable to judge speed and distances accurately. The only safe option is not to drink if you plan to drive. And never offer a drink to someone who is driving.Key facts
If you're convicted of drink driving you'll:
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- lose your licence for at least 12 months (which could mean you lose your job)
- face a maximum fine of £5,000
- face up to six months in prison
- pay up to three times as much for car insurance.