This year's particularly warm summer could be putting road-users at risk, as a new study finds warm weather encourages drink-driving.
The research, by confused.com, shows that over half of motorist believe there is more temptation to drink alcohol during the summer months.
Of those who admitted driving over the limit in the survey, 54% said they did so in June, July or August.
The study also found that a third of motorists find it more sociable to enjoy a drink at this time of year.
But it's not driving home from a night out that is the problem - the Association of Chief Police Officers say that more people fail breath tests between 6am and 11am than between 11pm and 1am, as they drive home the morning after not realising alcohol is still in their systems.
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