- Male drivers - 89% of convictions for dangerous driving while under the influence of alcohol in 2002 were men.
- Occupational drivers - drivers who drive for work were more likely to admit drink-driving than other drivers (57% compared to 43%).
- Car drivers are most likely to fail a breath test, followed by motorbike riders.
- Young drivers aged 17-24 have the highest level of drink-drive crashes per distance travelled.
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