Proposed Zero Blood Alcohol Limit for Drivers under 26

The New National Road Safety Strategy is recommending the Victorian Government to impose a zero blood alcohol limit for drivers under the age of 26.

The report also recommends banning the use of hand-free devices.

I speak to Dr Christina Rudin-Brown, from the Monash University Accident Research Centre, to find out alternative ways to reduce the number of deaths on our roads.

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Brianna Piazza

Journalist and travel writer.

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