By Brooke Williams
The Driven to Protect Initiative and Virginia DMV presented new alcohol detection technology at Wednesday’s highway safety summit.
DADSS started as a national program, but we’re excited to be forming new partnerships in the states to carry out the development process on the ground.
From August 27 through 31, representatives of the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) Research Program are pleased to participate in the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) in Seattle: “Crossroads: The Intersection of Technology and Driver Behavior.”
A recent KSNT News special report profiles the DADSS program, focusing on the technology’s life saving potential. KSNT News’ Brooke Lennington found out how the new technology could soon eliminate drunk driving for good.