A new survey by the Institute of Advanced Marketing (IAM) has shown that many drivers would like the proposed Scottish drink-drive limit to be introduced across England and Wales. The new proposal aims to lower the legal drink-drive limit from 80mg to 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood before Christmas, with the result hopefully being a reduction in the amount of drink-driving incidents on Scottish roads. More than 80% of the 2,632 survey respondents confirmed that they drink alcohol, with nearly half (47%) believing that lowering the limit would indeed cut down the number of accidents taking place across the UK roads. IAMs director of policy and research, Neil Greig, said: 'England and Wales are now totally out of step with drink-drive limits across the rest of Europe. "Existing research has shown that between 63 and 116 lives can be saved every year by a lower limit.æ Different limits are also a recipe for confusion and the IAM would urge the Westminster government to review its approach as a matter of urgency.î Around half of the drivers surveyed also said that they would like more thorough police checks to take place.æ Only 5%, though, said that they would support an increase in alcohol prices.