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The British Law on Drinking and Driving
H. Laurence Ross
American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 60, No. 6 (June, 1974), pp. 694-695, 698-700
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25726772
Page Count: 5
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When the British Road Safety Act of 1967 first went into effect, there was a dramatic decrease in the number of traffic accidents. But the casualty rate has begun to climb again. A recent study attempts to explain how the act reduced casualties at first and why it is losing its effect. Since the United States' cultural and legal structure is similar to that of Great Britain, the British experience may be valuable to us.
American Bar Association Journal © 1974 American Bar Association