Drink driving despite decades of campaigns remains a cause of a number of fatalities and serious injuries on our roads.
It is possible that even one small drink can affect your driving ability because everyone reacts differently to alcohol. It should be none for the road.
Whilst the below article addresses the lowering of the current alcohol limit it should not replace the emphasise that the behaviour of driver's should be influenced.
If you are having a drink then don't drive. Nominate a designated driver or arrange an alternative mode of transport.
Having acted for the families of those loved ones killed by a drink driver the consequences for everyone involved is unimaginable. Don't drink and drive.
The Local Government Association (LGA) and all fire and rescue authorities in England and Wales are calling for the current limit to be lowered from 80mg to 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood. The move could save 170 lives in the first year, according to the LGA. The government said UK roads were "amongst the safest in the world". The Scottish government reduced its legal limit for drivers to 50mg in December 2014.