Bloody Legend

Young drinking drivers make up a large part of all drink-driving crashes in New Zealand. Over 40% of all drink-driving crashes involve drunk drivers under the age of 24 years. In all fatal or serious injury-related crashes in 2008-2010 82% of the drinking drivers in those crashes are male. 34% of all drinking drivers in those crashes, and 38% of the young drivers, are Maori. One in five (19%) of all drinking drivers in crashes are aged 15-19, another 24% are 20-2.
NZ Transport Agency, 2011
Read more: https://www.nzta.govt.nz/safety/driving-safely/alcohol-and-drugs/drink-driving-advertising/local-legends/

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