A new poll shows that three-quarters of Scots would support giving the Scottish government additional legal powers to combat drink-driving.
The YouGov poll findings come in the aftermath of a tough drink-drive crackdown by police which saw 462 people detected drink or drug driving over the holiday period.
In one case a man was caught driving a forklift truck home near Forfar on Hogmanay while twice the legal alcohol limit.
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill said: "We are already taking action to reduce the current limit using the powers recently transferred to us by the UK government after years of lobbying.
"Scotland now plans to take action to reduce drink drive limits and bring us into line with other European countries, but we want to go even further."
The Scottish government has previously called for an extension of breath testing powers.
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