What about the morning after?
Every year, drink-driving causes serious injury and death on Britain’s roads. And it’s not only dangerous on a night out – if you’ve been drinking heavily, you may still be unfit to drive the morning after. On average, it takes one hour for a single unit of alcohol to be filtered through your system. This means that you easily be over the legal limit the next day.
If you drive under the influence of alcohol, you could face a ban or a fine of up to £5,000.