Drink Driving

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Drink Driving

Drink Driving

Drink driving is a factor in about one in every five crashes in NSW where someone loses their life.

A zero blood alcohol limit applies to:•all learner drivers•all Provisional 1 drivers •all Provisional 2 drivers

Plan ahead to avoid drink driving * Leave your car at home and take a taxi, bus or train. * Decide who will be the designated driver * Arrange for someone to collect you. * Stay overnight.

The economic cost of automobile accidents involving teenagers is a staggering forty billion dollars or more annually.

When will they learn?

Your choice decides your future ... and everyone elses

Don't become another statistic

Effects of Alcohol* You lose the ability to handle complex problems* You no longer have precise control of your muscles* You have trouble doing more than one thing at a time* Reactions slow down* More likely to take risks


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