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A drunk-proof car?

Engineers are developing a variety of blood-alcohol detection devices that could become standard features in vehicles in five to seven years. Detection of alcohol levels above the legal limit would prevent an engine from starting. Some of the detection methods:

Engineers are developing a variety of blood-alcohol detection devices that could become standard features in vehicles

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