Is your car your pride and joy, or are you ready for a change? Let us know and you could win a £300 John Lewis voucher | No thanks

Anti drink-driving campaign launched

Mon, 01 Jun 2009
Motorists have been warned not to drink-drive this summer.

The government stated getting behind the wheel after consuming alcohol can ruin lives.

It made this comment as the Department for Transport launches a new £1.5 million campaign highlighting the potential consequences of taking to the road after a couple of beers or a glass of wine.

Road safety minister Jim Fitzpatrick commented: "Drink-driving is not just a problem at Christmas - each summer almost 200 people don't make it home to their families because of drink-driving."

He acknowledged that during the warmer weather, motorists may find themselves consuming alcohol when they had not intended to.

Public transport and taxis should be made use of in situations like this, Mr Fitzpatrick claimed.

The new Department for Transport campaign includes adverts on television, radio and online.

Drivers who are caught behind the wheel while over the limit could receive a ban and when they are permitted to take to the road again, their car insurance premiums may be significantly higher.

If you want to know how to find the best deal for your car insurance, finance or warranty visit our car insurance calculator.
ADNFCR-1081-ID-19195444-ADNFCR

Comments

Add a comment

 

Ask Honest John

Value my car

Amount to borrow
Sorry. The minimum loan amount is £1000
To pay back over

My credit score

Best available rate 9.20%

Total repayment £8,930.17

Total cost of credit £1,430.17

£186.05

48 monthly payments

Apply now

Representative example

Borrowing £7,500 over 4 years with a representative APR of 25.4%, an annual interest rate of 25.4% (Fixed) and a deposit of £0.00, the amount payable would be £239.77 per month, with a total cost of credit of £4,008.96 and a total amount payable of £11,508.96.

CarFinance 247 Limited is acting as an independent credit broker

Universal Square, Devonshire Street North, Manchester, M12 6JH