Study: Ignition-interlock laws deter drunken drivers from getting behind wheel

Drunken drivers are less likely to get behind the wheel if they know a conviction will require them to blow into a breath-testing device every time they want to start their car, research shows. Traffic fatalities have declined by 7 percent in states that mandate ignition interlocks for first-time drunken-driving offenders, according to a report released ...

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