A lower drink-drive limit is under consideration for newly-qualified drivers in the Isle of Man.
Proposals for a two-tier system would see those with R-plates subject to a level of 50 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood, instead of the current figure of 80.
A public consultaiton on the idea ends this afternoon (Friday), and Rushen MHK Quintin Gill is urging anyone with a view to email the Department of Infrastructure before the deadline.
Research suggests lower drink-drive limits help prevent serious road accidents among young drivers.
Mr Gill says it's controversial idea (play audio file):
Submissions can be emailed to Chris.Hannon@gov.im at the Department of Infrastructure.