Summer drink-driving crackdown begins in Surrey & Sussex
A summer crackdown on drink driving is starting across Sussex and Surrey.
The county's police forces say they will be focusing on people who may be drink too much alcohol while watching Euro 2016 or attending events such as parties and barbecues.
"A lot of people like to have a drink when the sun is out, whether they are on holiday, having a barbecue, enjoying the UEFA European championship or just relaxing with friends. And whilst we encourage everyone to enjoy themselves and have fun in the sun, we also want them to act responsibly.
"If you're driving to an event or a venue, think about your journey home and plan ahead. Book a licensed cab, take public transport or get a lift with someone who hasn't been drinking or taking drugs. Please don't be tempted to get behind the wheel and drive yourself, even if you think you're fine.
"There is a thin line between being under and over the limit, and that's why we encourage people to drink or drive - not both, it's not worth the risk."
– Inspector Alan Nicholls, Surrey & Sussex Roads Policing Unit