VR enters world of drink-driving horror
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VR exposes young drivers to drink-driving horror

A group of teenagers found themselves in the back of an ambulance as they experienced life as a drunk-driver through virtual reality.

West Mercia Police have developed DriveVR an app which is specifically aimed at drivers and passengers aged 16 to 24.

The aim is to show them first-hand how bad decisions can be life-changing.

  • 24 Apr 2017
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