A senior police officer in North Yorkshire has called for a further review of the drink-drive limit across the country.
Tim Madgwick, deputy chief constable at North Yorkshire Police, says lowering the limit of alcohol consumption would not only significantly save lives but also enhance road safety.
The force has seen an increase in the number of people arrested for drink and drug driving offences this summer.
He said: "Over the last few years I have consistently called for a further reduction in the drink drive limit in this country. Throughout my police service, since the 1980s, we have seen significant reductions in the number of people killed and seriously injured on our roads, with many people being saved as a result."