The European Commission published a Study titled Prevention of driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Among its conclusions, the Study argues in particular that taking steps to mitigate drink driving, such as lower permitted blood alcohol levels or alcohol interlocks, would be particularly relevant for young or novice drivers and for drivers of heavy goods vehicles. However, it also finds that there is a lack of data on drug-driving fatalities and a need to develop more accurate and usable drugs screening devices.
European Commission – Prevention of driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs Study, February 2022
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