UK report finds women drinking and driving more
The number of women convicted of drink-driving in the UK has almost doubled in recent years, a survey has shown. Women accounted for 9% of drink-drive convictions in 1998, but this figure had risen to 17% by 2012, the survey revealed.
The research by Direct Line and transport organisation the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund, launched at an event held in London by ETSC member PACTS also showed that 17% of female motorists thought they had driven while over the legal alcohol limit in the past year.
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