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Proposals for the rest areas were one of the key provisions or the 2006 Road Safety Act, along with plans for so-called alcolocks - devices which prevented a drivers starting the car if they had been drinking.
"We urgently need, and have long been calling for, effective road side tests for drugs and a law banning drug driving, as well as random testing of drivers for drink and drugs and tougher measures to stop offenders such as alcolocks and life long bans," said Mary Williams, the organisation's chief executive.
Motorists caught driving after the equivalent of eight or ten beers will have the alcolocks fitted to their cars under new rules that will enter into force for Christmas.