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Driving whilst impaired - PACTS Conference

24 September 2012

Despite the progress made in reducing drink-driving, around 14% of road deaths involve a driver over the legal limit. The scale of driving while under the influence of illegal drugs is also likely to be greater than currently known. This conference will bring together a range of speakers to identify the ways forward to reduce these deaths further. Join PACTS for a lively debate on these perenially important issues.

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