Category: Drink Driving
It is illegal in the UK to drive, attempt to drive or be in charge of a vehicle on a road or public place while the proportion of alcohol in a persons system exceeds the legal limit.
It is illegal to drive, attempt to drive or be in charge of a vehicle on a road or public place when unfit through drink or drugs.
It is illegal to fail to provide a specimen of breath, blood or urine for analysis when required to do so.
It is illegal to fail to provide a preliminary specimen of breath at the road side when required to do so.
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