Try a mocktail this New Year's Eve
It's all part of efforts to cut down on drink driving this New Year's Eve.
The department is also warning party-goers to plan their way home in advance so they can celebrate the New Year in style, not in the cells.
A hard-hitting television advert highlighting the consequences of drink driving has been shown throughout December as part of the Department for Transport's THINK! drink drive campaign.
Road safety minister Stephen Hammond said: "Our message is clear: have a great New Year's Eve, don't risk the consequences of drink driving.
"If you get behind the wheel after drinking you risk losing your licence as well as facing a fine and even a prison sentence."
Last year, drivers aged between 20 and 24 failed more breath tests than any other age group.
The Department for Transport is currently consulting on a package of tough measures to crack down on drink drivers. This includes removing drink drivers' rights to demand a blood or urine test. This is because evidence shows it is used as a delaying tactic by drivers caught over the limit.
The department has also supported Coke's Designated Driver Scheme, which offered buy one get one free soft drinks in pubs around the country throughout December.
Here are the mocktail recipes...
- Half a fresh lime
- Two teaspoons of brown sugar
- 100 ml of cranberry juice
- 50 ml of pineapple juice
- Tonic water
- 50 ml of elderflower cordial
- Three lemon wedges
- Half a teaspoon of brown sugar
- Soda water
- Mint to garnish
- 75 ml of apple juice
- 75 ml of cranberry juice
- 2.5 teaspoons of honey
- Lemon and cloves for garnish
- Three fresh kumquats
- Three teaspoons of lime
- 25 ml of clementine juice
- Tonic water
- One banana
- One teaspoon of almond syrup
- Two teaspoons of honey
- 50 ml single cream