Nassau, Suffolk to get state aid for interlock devices

The state plans to keep paying counties, including Nassau and Suffolk, for monitoring convicted drunken drivers using interlock devices.The counties will split up to $3 million awarded to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's (D-N.Y.) Traffic Safety Committee. The interlock device requires a driver to blow into it. The vehicle won't start if even trace amounts of alcohol are detected.

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