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Appearances can be deceptive - the man at the bar may not look drunk, but the breathalyser will catch him out in the end! (clip) 
Party time! This couple are not taking any risks with drinking and driving. (clip) 
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This drunk driver gets a shock when he hits a cyclist. (clip) 
Breath test and blood tests are taken, and the consequences of being over the limit behind the wheel are explained. (clip) 
A man gets in his car after enjoying a drink over lunch - the commentary warns of the consequences especially as he's a salesman and relies on his car for work. (clip) 
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Title: (DRINK AND DRIVE COMMERCIALS)
Reference number: 1107
Running time: 4.1 mins
Description: Cinema commercials portraying the hazards of drinking and driving.
Shotlist: No credits. Shot of a newspaper with close-ups of Ministry of Transport warning concerning the hazards and penalties of drinking and driving, with the headline "The Test is coming"; a breathalyser tube is placed by the print: "Now you really can't ask a driver to have another drink" (0.22); Shot of a man parking his car and then phoning for a taxi (0.34); Now you really can't ask a driver to have another drink (0.38); Shot of men drinking in a pub (0.56); Repeat of caption (1.04); Shot of men drinking in a restaurant (1.15); Repeat of caption (1.26); People drinking in house at a party (1.59); Repeat of caption (2.03); Shot of a man drinking in a pub and later being stopped for a breathalyser test with repeat of the caption superimposed over picture (2.45); Drunk driver knocks down a cyclist. Repeat of caption (3.27); A driver fails the breath test and is required to give a blood sample. Repeat of the caption (4.11)
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