Leaflets are handed out at the breathalyser checks conducted by the police.
At the checkpoint a group of volunteers from the Guttmann Institute with spinal cord injuries and volunteers from the Spanish Red Cross highlight the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs and of distractions whilst at the wheel.
Through its research the Abertis Foundation observed that that there is an accident risk among young people between the ages of 18 and 30 and it began contacting a wide range of partners including public administrations, companies and organisations with a view to determining the best way of reducing the accident rate in this age bracket.
A group of volunteers from the Guttmann Institute with spinal cord injuries explain the causes of a driving accident.
A group of volunteers from the Red Cross highlight the consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and how they affect the field of vision.
The councils of Barcelona and Madrid region set up breathalyser checkpoints in the busiest night-life areas.