Road association calls for police to be given saliva testing kits to tackle ‘silent killer’

More people died on New Zealand’s roads last year after collisions involving drug-drivers than drink-drivers, new research has shown.

The Automobile Association (AA) has called the statistic proof of the “silent killer” of drug-driving and said police needed to be given saliva-based testing kits.

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