With the party season upon us, new research has revealed jobs in the construction industry dominate the occupations most likely to have a conviction for drink and drug driving.
Findings from MoneySuperMarket – based on seven million car insurance quotes run on price comparison site over the last 12 months to October 2017 – reveal mature students living at home are most likely to have a drink or drug driving conviction, with a staggering 28.5 per 1,000.
When it comes to occupations, it’s those working in construction and labouring who dominate the top 10. Amongst construction-related jobs, scaffolders rank the highest for convictions with 4.5 per 1,000, followed by labourers (4.3), ground workers (4.2) and builders (4.0).
Civilian Police Officers are the least likely to have drink and drug driving convictions (0.00), followed by police officers (0.02) and school students (0.06) – reflecting the low rates of convictions for drivers between the ages of 17-19.
Taxi (0.10) and bus drivers (0.21) have some of the smallest number of offences, along with hospital doctors (0.17) and midwives (0.19)3.
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