Drink-driving cases seem to skyrocket, come spring, a survey has revealed.
The number of drivers testing positive, or refusing a breath test, is at its highest between March and May, the UK Home Office said.
By contrast, the Christmas period has the fewest number of over-the-limit drivers.
A survey by road safety charity Brake and insurer Direct Line also revealed that 31 per cent of drivers think they have a less than one in 10 chance of being caught driving drunk.
"The number of breath tests carried out is inadequate in providing a deterrent and tackling the number of casualties that result from drink-driving," the Daily Express quoted Julie Townsend of Brake as saying.
"The Government needs to strengthen our position on drink-driving before more die," Townsend added.