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Survey: majority for zero per mille limit in road traffic

The majority of Germans demand an absolute ban on alcohol for drivers.

This emerges from a survey by the market research company Ipsos for the Association of TÜV (VdTÜV), which was published on Tuesday. According to this, 75 percent of Germans support a zero alcohol limit.

From the perspective of most Germans, an absolute alcohol ban should also apply to drivers of other vehicles. According to the survey, 69 percent of respondents favor a zero alcohol limit for motorcyclists, 66 percent for e-scooter users and 57 percent for cyclists. The data for the survey were collected from 1.000 people between the ages of 16 and 75. The question was: “For which road users should an absolute alcohol ban (zero per mille) apply?”



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