As a charity renews calls for the government to lower the drink drive limit, it's urging everyone to speak out against offenders. The road safety organisation Brake says that, during the summer, more motorists get behind the wheel having drunk alcohol.
It wants people to look out for friends and family by speaking out while asking the government to adopt a zero tolerance approach.
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