Stats

 

50% of people who die on our roads are drunk

 

More than 15,000 drunk drivers were arrested in the Western Cape in 2009

 

Drunk driving is one of the biggest threats to road safety in South Africa.

 

In SA-18,000 people are killed annually and 150,000 are severely injured. (Medical Research Council

Statistics)

 

On a daily basis, 45 people die and 410 are injured, with 25 people becoming paralyzed.

 

Road crashes are the main cause for death in the youth (Ref: World Health Organisation.)

 

 

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