Theory Tester

According to the Pre-Crash Report, out of 867 fatal collisions, how many had alcohol as a contributory factor?

Explantion: Drink driving is a killer behaviour. 330 collisions involved a driver, cyclist, motorcyclist and pedestrian who had consumed alcohol. The pre-crash Report found that the most common collision type – where alcohol is a factor – is a single vehicle collision. This suggests that a number of friends can add to the danger of distracted driving. Conversations going on in the car can distract the driver and affect everybody’s safety. The RSA recommend that you discuss the dangers associated with distracting the driver when you and your friends are not out drinking. That way you can have a sensible discussion with your friends. You may find that they share your concerns and want to get home safely

Drugs and Alcohol