Resources: drink and drug-driving

These tools and resources can be downloaded and used through your Road Safety Week activities and communications, or other road safety work. Click on the resource, or the language where applicable, to open in a new window. Resources are English language unless otherwise stated - many have options in different languages alongside.

Resources are owned and/or copyrighted to the organisation stated, but may be used as provided, promoted and disseminated by others, for the purposes of promoting road safety. Resources may not be amended or rebranded without permission from the owner (except where and as expressly stated, such as filling in your Week’s date on the promotional poster with space for a date, or getting children to colour in a colour in poster).

Posters

Download and print these resources for display on noticeboards, in entrance halls, and anywhere your target audience will see them (where you have permission to display posters). They can also be used online.

  Bdrink

‘Drink driving is murder’ poster by Brake: English - French - Spanish - Portuguese - Russian

  Btragedies

‘No more tragedies’ poster by Brake: 20mph versionEnglish - French - Spanish - Portuguese - Russian - 30km/h version: English - French - Spanish - PortugueseRussian

  Bpledge

‘Pledge to save lives’, covering six key road safety topics including drink-driving, poster by Brake: English - French - Spanish - Portuguese - Russian

 Videos and adverts

You can play videos in workshops, presentations, lessons and assemblies to get across key road safety messages and stimulate discussion. You could also link to them from your website, email bulletin or on social media.

 VidBarbara

‘Barbara’s story’. An interview with a woman who suffered serious injuries when a drunk and drugged driver crashed into her car, video by Brake 

  legend

'Legend' drink-drive video advert by New Zealand Transport Agency

 mexdrink

‘If you drink, don’t drive’. A hard hitting video advert by Mexican NGO Convivencia Sin Violencia (Co-existence Without Violence)

 think

‘It takes less than you might think’ drink-drive video advert by THINK!, UK Department for Transport

Other tools & resources

 Bpledgetool 'Brake Pledge', A tool to engage people in the workplace and community on six key road safety topics
 soberthumb

‘Sober up’ drink-driving fact-sheet by Brake

Interactivecalc

'Morning after calculator' for an estimate of when it’s safe to drive after drinking the night before, interactive activity by Brake

WHOinfodrink ‘Drink-driving: the facts’ drink driving and the law infographic by WHO
 soberguy 'Sober up' e-learning resource on drink and drug-driving, by Brake

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