The Road Safety Authority says driving after a boozy brunch is just as dangerous as doing it after a night out.

We're being told to take extra care this weekend after a 7 per cent rise in road deaths so far this year.

90 people have been killed in crashes - with almost a third taking place on a Sunday.

The RSA's Moyagh Murdock says the afternoon and early evening is now the most dangerous time to be travelling.

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