Cops in road blitz.
POLICE forces in Scotland Scotland, political division of Great Britain (1991 pop. 4,957,000), 30,414 sq mi (78,772 sq km), comprising the northern portion of the island of Great Britain and many surrounding islands. have launched a two-week crackdown crack·down
An act or example of forceful regulation, repression, or restraint: a crackdown on crime.
Noun 1. on drink and drug drivers.
And cops warn that those caught over the limit can expect a criminal record which will stay with them for 20 years.
Michael Michael, archangel
Michael (mī`kəl) [Heb.,=who is like God?], archangel prominent in Christian, Jewish, and Muslim traditions. In the Bible and early Jewish literature, Michael is one of the angels of God's presence. McDonnell, director of Road Safety Scotland, said: "It is over 40 years since the breathalyser Breathalyser or -lyzer
Brit trademark a device for estimating the amount of alcohol in the breath [breath + (an)alyser]
was introduced and still people are prepared to put themselves and others at risk by drinking and driving."
The crackdown will run from Monday until July 28.