The Facts About Drinking and Driving
This is a copy of an 8-page booklet produced by the Transport and Road Research Laboratory in 1986. At the time, it came across as very hard-hitting, but in today's climate it makes some statements that are distinctly politically incorrect. The casualty statistics have fortunately more than halved since then.
Page 7 states clearly that if a man of average weight drinks two pints of ordinary-strength beer, his maximum blood-alcohol level would reach a maximum of 60 mg, while Page 8 says that "sensible guidelines" are to ensure you drink no more than three units of alcohol before driving.