'Drink cycling is much more accepted than drink driving' finds study

Study looks into the differing attitudes towards drinking alcohol and cycling, and drinking and driving

A study in Germany has found that drinking alcohol and then cycling is more socially acceptable than drinking alcohol and then driving a motor vehicle.

Carmen Hagemeister and Markus Kronmaier of the psychology department, Technische Universität Dresden used the poll results from 267 people related to their attitudes towards drink cycling and drink driving. The poll took place between November 2014 and February 2015.

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