A bill before the US Senate would pay for research into a passive alcohol detecting device that could become standard in all vehicles in the future. But serious questions exist if all cars can stop you from driving if you trigger the alcohol detector, and what the legal implications of such a supposedly “voluntary” system would be.
Starting on July 1st, 4 California counties begin a tough pilot program that requires an ignition interlock device for any driver convicted of a single DUI. [Read more…]
The California State Assembly unanimously passed a bill to initiate a program to require an ignition interlock device in the car of anyone convicted of any DUI offense. The bill goes to the Governor’s desk for signature.