Drug-drivers could be required to undertake rehabilitation courses before being allowed back behind the wheel, under new plans to address this underestimated social problem. Drink-drive
Independent charity Crimestoppers, in partnership with D.tec International, has launched a new national campaign to target those who get behind the wheel and drug drive.
The full implications of the COVID-19 pandemic will take many more months, if not years, to play out. One of the many worrying consequences is
The UK Government should introduce alcohol interlocks (“alcolocks” as soon as possible for drivers convicted of drink driving. This would reduce the high level of
Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is raising concerns about drug driving across the UK. In particular, GEM is worried about inconsistencies in
Police forces across the UK have started publishing the results of festive campaigns which targeted those who drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Police chiefs have warned that anyone getting behind the wheel ‘after a festive drink or two’ faces the prospect of ending up behind bars this
The number of drug driving charges has risen by 125% to record levels in the last year. The significant rise in the number of charges
Police Scotland has credited intelligence led tactics after one in 28 drivers stopped during its summer campaign were found to be breaking drink or drug
A leading supplier of drug driver testing equipment says the latest drug drive stats make for ‘shocking’ reading. The stats – supplied by D.tec International, which