UK: Motorcyclists in accidents failing breath tests in Great Britain by age 2018

This statistic shows the age distribution of motorcycle riders in Great Britain who were involved in a road accident and subsequently failed a breath test in 2018. The highest rate of breath test failures among those involved in road accidents was 1.7 percent of the 35 to 39 year-old motorcyclists. The lowest rate of breath test failures were of individuals aged over 60 years old, with less than one percent of individuals failing the breath test after being involved in a road accident.

Percentage of motorcycle riders involved in an accident failing a breath test in Great Britain in 2018, by age

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Release date

September 2019

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

2018

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