Not even one drink because just one drink can kill - this is the key message from police as the summer months roll in.
Every year across Northern Ireland, drinking and driving kills, maims and wrecks families.
Police will not tolerate people who insist on driving after having taken drugs or drink.
They are again appealing for all motorists to consider the consequences of their actions as part of Operation Roadsafe.
Inspector John Millar said: “Think about the consequences to yourself and your family of being involved in a serious collision. How would you feel if your actions resulted in you or one of your family being paralysed? How would you feel if some innocent person was killed?
“Officers are patrolling our roads at present, looking for drivers under the influence or drink and drugs and making arrests. Drink drive and at best, you are likely to be caught, arrested and brought before the courts. You will almost certainly lose your licence for one or more years, will be fined, and will have great difficulty in obtaining car insurance in the future. You also risk losing your job or going to jail. Research would indicate that the propensity to drink and drive is more prevalent amongst men aged 35 and under.
“A drink driving conviction is a terrible blight on future life.
“We are appealing for everyone to stay safe on the roads.”