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Car drivers involved in accidents failing breath test in Great Britain in 2016 by age

Percentage of car drivers involved in an accident who failed a breath test in Great Britain (UK) 2016, by age

Car drivers involved in accidents failing breath test in Great Britain in 2016 by age This statistic shows the age distribution of car drivers in Great Britain (UK) who were involved in a road accident and failed a breath test in 2016. Four and a half percent of the tested drivers under 17 failed the breath test after being involved in an accident. There was a decreasing trend in failing breath tests as the groups got older apart from those aged 17-19 of which a smaller percentage failed the test after an accident than those aged 20 to 49. In 2016, about one percent of 60 to 69 year old car drivers tested after an accident failed the breath test, while 1.9 percent of drivers aged between 40 and 49 years old failed the breath test.
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Percentage of car drivers involved in an accident who failed a breath test in Great Britain (UK) 2016, by age

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This statistic shows the age distribution of car drivers in Great Britain (UK) who were involved in a road accident and failed a breath test in 2016. Four and a half percent of the tested drivers under 17 failed the breath test after being involved in an accident. There was a decreasing trend in failing breath tests as the groups got older apart from those aged 17-19 of which a smaller percentage failed the test after an accident than those aged 20 to 49. In 2016, about one percent of 60 to 69 year old car drivers tested after an accident failed the breath test, while 1.9 percent of drivers aged between 40 and 49 years old failed the breath test.
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