Cumbria's summer drink drive campaign has seen an increase in the amount of people arrested.
Throughout June 1322 people were tested and 99 people arrested. This equates to 7% of people tested being over the limit or failing to provide a test.
Of the people that were tested 320 were following an accident, 23 of whom were over the legal limit.
These figures are up form last year where there were 67 arrests.
Chief Inspector Kevin Greenhow who heads up the Roads Policing Unit in Cumbria said:
One in every four people arrested for drink-driving in Cumbria last summer was caught the morning AFTER they'd been drinking.
The figures have been released to launch the county's summer anti-drink-drive campaign.
With a host of events this summer police are urging people to travel responsibly and be aware of how long the alcohol they drink can stay with them.
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The drink drive limit in Scotland is set to be lowered.
Currently, drink driving accounts for around 30 deaths on roads in Scotland each year.
Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale MSP Christine Grahame says the SNP proposals will cut that number.
Lothian and Borders Police reiterate that the message is simple; just don't drink before you get behind the wheel. Inspector Brian Jones says:
Safety campaigners have welcomed plans to lower drink-drive limits in Scotland. The proposals to lower the limit from 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood to 50mg will be brought forward later this year.
That means a single glass of wine would put motorists over the drink-drive limit. Sarah Fatica, general manager at Brake, the road safety charity, said: