Monday, 10 September 2007


Britain allows its drivers to have 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood in the their bloodstream. Abroad one would be well over the limit with this amount. It is eight times the Albanian limit, four times the amount allowed in Norway, Sweden and Poland, nearly three times that of China, and nearly double that permitted in France and Germany. It is perhaps not surprising that the limit in the United Arab Republic and Jordan is 0mg but the same applies in Hungary, the Czech Republic and Uzbekistan.

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