drink-driver


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drink-driver

n
a person who drives while under the influence of alcohol
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He also wants more research on the process used to decide if a banned drink-driver can regain a licence and the possibility of seizing vehicles belonging to irresponsible drivers.
Now Calderdale Council has teamed up with the police to urge people who know a drink-driver to 'dob them in' to police and save other people from having a tragic Christmas.
campaign comes as statistics showed weekends are the most likely time for someone to be hit by a drink-driver.
The mother of a teenager killed by a drink-driver has called for tougher sentences for young road offenders.
In North Yorkshire, a combined police and fire brigade campaign will graphically hammer home the consequences of a car smash involving a drink-driver.
It is quite comical until you hammer home the message that if a drink-driver is coming towards you they will be so incapable that they will try and avoid the imaginary person in their sight and hit the real one.
A REWARD of pounds 500 is on offer this Christmas to anyone who informs police of a drink-driver.
Roger and Kerry, of Evelyn Street, Barry, lost their 18-year-old son, Aaron, when he was killed by a young drink-driver on Boxing Day.
The heartbroken family of Theresa Murray, struck down by a drink-driver in 2004, are pleading with the government to act now.
Drink-driver Stephen Townend was banned for 16 months when he appeared before magistrates.
The father of a teenager who was killed by a drink-driver has launched an anti-drink-drive campaign in pubs.
The drink-driver - who police have not named - was found to be nearly twice over the legal limit.