New push to close loophole in interlock law

An ignition interlock device, which requires convicted drunken

An ignition interlock device, which requires convicted drunken drivers to blow into it to detect their alcohol levels. (December 12, 2012 7:07 PM)

Lawmakers are working to close a state law loophole that lets convicted drunken drivers avoid using ignition interlock devices in their vehicles.

The use of the drunken driving detection devices is already required in 17 states for first-time convictions, and now the National Traffic Safety Board is considering a recommendation that would make all states get on board.

New York state...

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