People are more confident about their own drink driving limits than about others’, according to the National Travel Attitudes Study (NTAS) published by the Department for Transport (DfT).

The report reveals that 59 percent of people think they know their drinking limit, but only 15 percent think that other people know the same. Most (81 percent) people think that someone shouldn’t drive if they have drunk any alcohol.

In relation to distracted driving, 62 percent of people surveyed feel that the use of mobile phones whilst driving, even using hands-free kits, is dangerous, yet a quarter of all people surveyed think that it is safe to use a mobile phone while stationary in traffic.

Read more: National Travel Attitudes Study: 2019 Wave 1