With many people drinking more than usual over the festive period, it is a peak time for drivers to take a risk that could be fatal – both for themselves and other road users.
Ford has commissioned the ‘Hangover Suit’ from the renowned Meyer‑Hentschel Institute, in Germany, to highlight the dangers of drinking and driving. Weighing more than 17 kg, the ‘Hangover Suit’ consists of a special vest, wrist and ankle weights, cap and goggles, and headphones. Together, these simulate the classic hangover symptoms of fatigue, dizziness, a throbbing head and difficulty concentrating.
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