The primary mission of Drinkdriving.org is to raise public awareness about the dangers and possible consequences of drinking and driving for all those involved. We aim to provide not only a source of information but an online community where people who have been affected by drinking and driving, or who have a keen interest in the subject, can come, share ideas and help and support one another.
Drinking and driving ruins people’s lives and we want to help ALL people who have been affected by drinking and driving in any way imaginable in any way we possibly can. This not only includes innocent victims and their families, but actual drink drivers themselves.
We DO NOT support or condone the act of drinking alcohol and then driving, however, we do realise that in many drink driving cases, the only people affected (thankfully) are the drink drivers themselves, many of which are otherwise law abiding citizens who find themselves in a difficult and stressful situation that is completely alien to them.
Drinkdriving.org does not seek to punish or alienate those people who have made an unfortunate and potentially dangerous choice by deciding to drive after consuming alcohol. Rather we aim to inform, empower, help, support and educate people in the hope they will make better decisions in the future.
If you would like more information or think you can help us with our mission in some way please contact us below.
Drinkdriving.org is a trading style of DFT Media Limited who are a limited company registered in England and Wales (Company No. 7976649). Registered office address: c/o Easy Accountancy, Floor B Milburn House, Dean Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 1LE.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ BEFORE CONTACTING US
Driving Licence & Medical Enquiries - Contact the DVLA
For all enquiries relating to individual driving licence applications and/or DVLA medical enquiries you must contact the DVLA directly.
Drink Driving Rehabilitation Course Enquiries - Find Local Course Providers
For all enquiries relating to drink driving rehabilitation courses, you must contact the course provider in your local area. A list of course providers along with the areas they cover can be found here.
Legal Help and Advice - Ask a Solicitor (free of charge)
If you require legal help and/or advice regarding your individual case then you must use our online forum where a solicitor-advocate who specialises in motoring law will answer your questions free of charge.
For all other enquiries, please use the contact form below.
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