Tag Archives: Drink Driving

Victorian Drink Drivers Who Blow Over .10 To Lose Cars

Victorian drink drivers that blow over .10 could lose their cars  under tough new penalties. As the tough new drink driving penalties are rolled out by police across the state, drivers who are caught over the limit (.10 and above) face having their vehicles impounded. Due to the crackdown, its is estimated that at least […]

Responsible Service of Alcohol : Don’t Serve Minors

Youth are abusing alcohol more and more. In this video we see why we must refuse alcohol to minors and ask for an ID if someone looks young. Binge drinking has become a particularly big problem for all drinkers not just minors, which is another issue discussed in the video that we as alcohol servers […]

ACT Road Safety Laws Come in Line with Other Jurisdictions

Soon drivers in The ACT won’t be allowed to drink while driving, bringing laws in The Territory in line with other jurisdictions in Australia. It sounds strange but currently Canberra drivers can consume alcohol when they are behind the wheel, providing they stay under the legal blood alcohol limit – but this is set to change. […]

NSW Fines low but Drivers still drink driving

Source: http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/11/04/3056724.htm?site=sydney A police officer issues a breathalyser test to a passing motorist Despite the best efforts of police, the number of drink drivers in NSW is still alarmingly high and authorities are concerned. Dubbo police have expressed their disappointment over catching drivers with high levels of alcohol in their blood. On an article on […]

Road Safety Campaign aimed at Young Drivers Launched

Young drivers are often the ones who fall victim to road crashes linked to alcohol. Now in an effort to tackle this problematic issue among the youth, Insurer AAMI and Sydney’s Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) have joined forces to implement a new road safety campaign aimed at young drivers. There is an increasing body […]

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