By Brooke Williams
The Driven to Protect Initiative and Virginia DMV presented new alcohol detection technology at Wednesday’s highway safety summit.
(Waltham, Mass.) – Usually it is up to drivers to decide if they are OK to drive, but there is now some technology in development that would know if drivers are too drunk to drive.
By: Alan Marcus
Dave Ross, KIRO Radio Morning News Anchor
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has extended for five years its agreement with automakers to continue researching advanced alcohol detection technology that could prevent vehicles from being driven by a drunk driver.