Drink-drive messages fail to get through to twenty-something drivers warns the IAM
Thursday, February 05, 2015
Drink-driving messages are failing to get through to twenty-something drivers warns the IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists). Drivers in their 20s are the group most likely to be caught drink-driving or involved in a serious accident involving death or serious injury.
The IAM issued its warning after figures released by ACPO (the Association of Chief Police Officers) showed that during its Christmas 2014 anti- drink-drive campaign the failure rate for drivers under 25 was nearly double that of drivers over 25.
Read the IAM response at: http://www.iam.org.uk/media-and-research/media-centre/news-archive/20602-twentysomethings-still-believe-in-drink-drive-myths-as-statistics-show-they-remain-the-high-risk-age-group