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Drinking alcohol affects your judgement, vision, coordination and reflexes—increasing your risk of having a crash.
Your driving ability is affected when you take illegal or prescription drugs. Driving under the influence of drugs is illegal and dangerous.
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.
A number of drink driving reforms will commence on Friday 10 September.