A change to the Scottish drink-drive limit means the amount of alcohol a driver can legally have in their system is now lower in Dumfries and Galloway and the Borders than it is in Cumbria.
We sent Katie Hunter for lunchtime drinks with three willing volunteers and a breathalyser. The breathalyser unit had been converted to give readings in mg/100ml.
The tests may not have been scientific. Even so, the results surprised our lunch party.
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