The national drink-driving limit is set to be cut by a third as the government sobers up on boozy driving, The Sunday Times of Malta has learnt.
A spokesman for the Office of the Prime Minister said the current limit of 0.8g of alcohol per litre of blood, the highest in the EU, would be reduced to around 0.5g – the EU average – under new proposals. That is the equivalent of one.......
As reproted in the Sunday Times of Malta, 28 August 2016 by Mr Ivan Martin
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