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Disappointing festive drink & drug fig...

Jan 20, 2020Comments off

Approximately one in 15 drivers stopped by Police Scotland over the festive period tested positive for alcohol or drugs. The force’s festive drink and drug

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Campaign uses humour to highlight drug-driv...

Dec 16, 2019Comments off

The Safer Essex Roads Partnership has teamed up with Essex Police to launch a new drug-drive campaign – warning offenders they are more likely to

Scotland: new ‘robust powers’ to tackle...

Oct 21, 2019Comments off

Tougher laws on drug driving, and a new roadside testing regime, are set to come into effect in Scotland – bringing the nation in line

Abellio London Bus adopts fingerprint-based...

Jul 15, 2019Comments off

Abellio London Bus, one of London’s most innovative public transport companies, has become the first bus operator to adopt new fingerprint-based drug testing technology to

Drug drive arrests outnumber drink drive of...

Jun 10, 2019Comments off

Drink and drug driving are once again under the microscope, with police forces across England stepping up efforts to detect offenders. Traditionally, enforcement increases over

Scotland announces ‘zero tolerance’ app...

Jan 16, 2019Comments off

The Scottish Government says its already ‘stringent’ road safety laws will be ‘strengthened further’ by the introduction of drug-driving limits and roadside testing later this

Prescription drug driver labelling ‘n...

Oct 16, 2013Comments off

Road safety charity urge government to introduce a traffic light warning system to highlight risks

RHA and ScreenSafe to offer fleet drug test...

Sep 13, 2013Comments off

Initiative designed to save fleets time and money, as well as provide peace of mind for operators

Dangerous fleets in focus as Brake reveal 2...

Jul 23, 2013Comments off

Irresponsible drink-driving, drug-driving, poor eyesight and fatigue will all be under the spotlight on September 17

Crackdown: Drug-driving ‘menace’ to be ...

Jul 09, 2013Comments off

Motorists will be quantifiably tested for eight illegal substances, making it easier to snare offenders

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