The number of drivers caught over the limit sees first increase in 10 years



Department for Transport figures show that 3,450 drivers failed roadside tests in 2015.
This is compared to 3,227 motorists who failed in 2014, a rise of 223 people.
Cumbria Constabulary have also reported a rise in the number of people failing or refusing to take roadside tests.
A summer drink-drive campaign by the force saw 327 drivers breathalysed by police, 136 of those administered were after a collision.
The campaign, which concluded in August, saw 13 percent of drivers fail - 43 drivers in total.
Police also revealed at out of these 43 failed tests, 18 were taken after a collision.... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 25
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