Drink-Driving

 
Taxi drivers on average commit speeding offences 51 times more often than bus drivers and eight times more often than minibus drivers.

A proven way to cut road deaths

Value-for-money reports by the Audit Commission measure the performance of government departments and public bodies against objectives. This can help prompt action by officials to meet public expectations. The latest report raises questions about road safety - in particular speeding and drink-driving. It found that taxi drivers on average commit speeding offences 51 times more often than bus drivers and eight times more often than minibus drivers.