High levels of fatalities from drink-driving in Papua New Guinea

A statement by the Road Traffic Authority of Papua New Guinea has claimed that drink-driving is responsible for most road-traffic deaths in the country. Officials estimate that 250-300 people per year die in accidents caused by drink-driving. Currently there are no facilities in Papua New Guinea to test drivers for alcohol intoxication or to detect speeding. 

Source: https://postcourier.com.pg/drinking-and-driving-is-the-common-cause-of-accidents/