Sunday , 18 February 2018

Statutory Option Removed, Legal ‘Loophole’ Closed

New legislation removes statutory option for drink drivers who are just above the legal drink driving limit As of 10th April 2015, motorists can no longer rely on the option of replacing an evidential breath specimen with a blood or urine specimen if their breath test shows they do not exceed the …

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New UK Drug Driving Laws & Limits – 2015

New drug driving laws are being introduced which will make driving or being in charge of a motor vehicle on a road or other public place with a concentration of any specified controlled drug above the maximum specified limit for that particular drug a criminal offence. The new drug driving laws …

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Lower Drink Drive Limit in Scotland Approved

Changes to Scotland’s drink drive limit approved by Scottish Parliament Scotland’s drink drive limit reduced from 80 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood to 50 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood One drink could see Scottish motorists exceeding the new up-coming maximum prescribed legal limit in Scotland  NEW …

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Drink Drive Limit in Scotland could be Reduced in December

The maximum legal prescribed alcohol limit for driving could be lowered in Scotland in a matter of weeks Draft regulations have been laid before the Scottish Parliament by Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill. The draft statutory instrument, if approved, will see the maximum legal alcohol limit in Scotland lowered in time for Christmas. …

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