Drink Driving

Alcohol affects how we drive. The risk rapidly increases
as the blood-alcohol level rises. If we drink and drive with a blood-alcohol level over 80mg per 100ml we are at least three times more likely to be in a crash than a sober driver. People with a high blood alcohol level are more likely to be injured or killed in a crash than those who are sober. Continue reading “Drink Driving”

Drugs & Alcohol

The illegitimate use of drugs has a detrimental effect on our society, we have seen examples of drug induced offenders taking the lives of innocent citizens and children, we are aware that dishonesty offences are committed by the drug addicts need to purchase illegal drugs and we are aware that fatal motor accidents are caused by those intoxicated through the consumption of drugs and alcohol or a mixture of both. Continue reading “Drugs & Alcohol”