UK Survey Points to Higher Drinking Rates in Summer

As researchers and scientists across the world attempt to define and distinguish patterns that can lead to drunk driving, a new statistic shows that even the weather can change a person’s perception of drinking and driving. The FINANCIAL reports that a recent survey of over 23,000 people in the United Kingdom shows that the younger population may drink more in summer months than other times of the year. This information, as well as other findings about designated drivers and driving with a person who is under the influence can be beneficial in targeting sober driving campaigns. Read more here: Summer drink driving – Double trouble with the summertime booze, drivers tell the AA

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