Safety board wants ignition lock for all drunk drivers
A federal safety board pushes for ignition locks for all drunk drivers.
The recommendation from the National Transportation Safety Board comes after a review of “wrong-way” crashes.
The study shows nearly 70-percent of those accidents are caused by drunk drivers.
Seventeen states already require the devices for convicted drunk drivers, which measure alcohol concentration in a person’s breath before allowing them to operate the vehicle.
The NTSB is recommending them for all states, even for first-time offenders.
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