drug-driver

drug-driver

n
a person who drives while under the influence of drugs
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A DRUG-driver who killed a pensioner couple had ignored a letter from the DVLA revoking his licence.
Paul Watson, Chairman of RSGB NE, said: "Nobody can imagine the pain that is caused when a loved one loses their life in a road accident, particularly when that collision has happened due to a drink or drug-driver.
A DRUG-driver, who ran from the police after being pulled over, has been arrested after officers followed his snowy footprints to his house.
GARDAI have arrested an alleged drug-driver at the wheel of this wrecked car which was involved in two collisions yesterday morning.
A SUSPECTED drug-driver was found hiding under a hedge after a car failed to stop for police.
At the moment, a prosecution can only be brought against a drug-driver if the police have evidence the driver was driving badly.
Three years ago, 18 per cent of all fatal road accidents involved a drug-driver, according to police statistics.
The number of drug-drivers in North Wales has soared after stricter limits were introduced in 2015
A HARD-HITTING campaign is urging the public to report drink and drug-drivers.
Warwickshire Police and the county council have been cracking down on drug-drivers and have been testing those involved in collisions on the county's roads since the start of March.
Over the next 12 months we will continue our rolling programme of casualty reduction initiatives, and there will be further campaigns targeting drink- or drug-drivers.
DRUG-drivers face more rigorous tests after a kit for detecting cannabis was approved for use in police stations across the UK, the Home Office said.