Today's Day & Date: Sunday the 19th of September 2021.
All intending purchases of the eight-seater Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) & three-seater sports car coupe models, whether private, fleet and/or Government purchasers
are required to complete & sign a legal statutory declaration form agreeing to the following 1 - 3 inclusive prerequisites:
1. The driver of these two superb vehicles agrees to not drink alcohol, take mind-altering drugs and/or medication
that may impact or impair their driver alert attentiveness during the course of driving these vehicles. If the driver of these two vehicles has been tested by an appropriate law enforcement authority for alcohol, drug and/or medication content & has failed
the prescribed concentration levels for these three substance categories, immediate on the spot permanent for evermore disqualification & termination of the said driver licence applies, firstly Australia wide,
Worldwide & Worldwide countries where these two vehicles are exported from Australia.
2. In this failed testing condition, the driver of these two vehicles is unable to for evermore drive and/or gain access to these two vehicles. Additional
law enforcement legal action & fines will also apply.
3. Due to the proprietary design of these two vehicles & to ensure the utmost safety standards apply to these two vehicles, smoking cigarettes or anything else is prohibited
in the interior areas of these vehicles. In-vehicle interior smoke detector sensors are installed & are designed to be integrated into the full in-vehicle smoke alert, fire alert & fire suppression system assembly.
tap or click on the following links to view, read about drug driving & drink driving:
drivers in outback Queensland to foot $2k bill for alcohol interlock devices
man jailed over drug-induced hit-and-run that left five cyclists with serious injuries
driving is the 'next frontier' as road fatalities are up by 47 - Bing video
Driving Facts and Statistics | Drink Driving Lawyers | The Defenders
NRSPP Australia » Fact Sheet: Drink Driving
driving in Australia | Australian Institute of Criminology
Drug driving is overtaking drink driving in Australia
Mr. Craig E. Whittington.