The Daily Express reports, on 26th August, on a survey commissioned by motor insurer Admiral.
In it Admiral reports that 12 million motorists admit to driving after drinking heavily the night before. The Express says this amounts to a third of the country's 38 million motorists.
Mathematics aside ( 12 is actually a third of 36 ) Admiral points out that a driver who has drunk six pints of beer would still have alcohol in his blood at 2pm the next day. This could make his driving suspect, and may lead to dangerous driving.
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