New changes in laws soon to be introduced will see all Victorian drink drivers automatically losing their license and having an alcohol interlock device fitted into their car for at least six months.

The law will affect any driver who blows over 0.05%BAC rather than 0.07%BAC.

At the moment, only drivers with a reading greater than 0.07, repeat offenders and P and L-plate offenders are required to have the devices installed.

Roads Minister Luke Donnellan hopes that this will reduce deaths on the state’s roads.

For more information about this visit VicRoads Website.