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Drinking alcohol affects your judgement, vision, coordination and reflexes—increasing your risk of having a crash.
Find out how blood/breath alcohol levels are measured and the legal blood/breath alcohol limits for different licence holders.
Drink driving is an offence. Penalties include fines, imprisonment and licence disqualification
Alcohol ignition interlocks prevent a vehicle from starting if the driver has been drinking alcohol.
If you are going out drinking, make sure you plan how to get home safely, before the drinking starts.
Your driving ability is affected when you take illegal or prescription drugs. Driving under the influence of drugs is illegal and dangerous.
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