In Australia, experienced drivers have the right to drive up to 0.05 per minute, and beginners with up to 0.02 per liter alcohol level in the blood. Penalties are similar to those in the States.
In France, drunk driving is punished by a fine of $ 1,000, imprisonment for 1 year, and seizure of the right to drive for three years.
In Finland and Sweden, drunk drivers automatically go to jail for 1 year and are subjected to heavy physical labor. With repeated non-compliance – they lose their right to drive forever!
In South Africa, driving under the influence of alcohol leads to ten years of imprisonment or a $ 10,000 fine, in some cases both.
In Canada, the first violation of the law results in a fine of $ 600 and a driving disqualification for one year. Re offending leads to a two-week prison and ineligibility for two years.
In the UK, a drunk driver pays a fine of $ 250, spends years in prison, and then loses his right to drive for a year.
The new changes concerning the drivers who violate the law are already a fact
The new changes to the law concerning traffic offenders that regulate traffic rules are already a fact.