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Mandate in-car breath tests after first drunken driving conviction, MADD says
The Boston Globe
A long languishing bill that would require first-time drunken driving offenders to operate a motor vehicle only with an ignition interlock device got a boost Tuesday from the national leader of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. The device prevents drivers ...
Bill would require first-time drunk drivers to use ignition interlocks
Drunken driving foes push for ignition locks on offenders' cars
MADD wants ignition interlock devices for all OUI offenders
Combating drunken driving: Minnesota needs ignition interlock devices
Minneapolis Star Tribune
No other technology or alcohol program can act as a physical barrier between a drunken driver and his or her car. That's why passing ignition interlock laws for all offenders is one of Mothers Against Drunk Driving's top legislative priorities across ...
Ignition interlock program cuts repeat drunken driving in half, report finds
GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- Ignition interlock devices used in state sobriety courts have been successful in reducing recidivism for chronic drunken drivers, according to a study. The 61st District Court in Grand Rapids is among five courts involved in a pilot ...
Why is my Lyft driver breathing into an ignition interlock device?
Uber says the background checks it conducts are sufficient to disqualify drunk drivers so there is no need to monitor for such things as ignition interlock devices. “We have a zero-tolerance policy for DUIs, and our driver-screening process checks for ...
Advocates push for ignition interlock devices for all convicted drunk drivers
The Boston Globe
The president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving and anti-drunken driving advocates are meeting with state lawmakers Tuesday to push for legislation that would require all drivers convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol to have ignition ...
Ignition interlocks needed to keep drunken drivers off the road
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
There should be no choice: All drunken driving offenders should be required to use an ignition interlock for at least six months to protect the public and stop the revolving door of repeat offenses. MADD cannot support any legislation that would offer ...
Kilgore Inaugural Walk Like MADD event today
26 States Now Mandate Ignition Interlocks for First-Time DUI Offenders
CARS.COM — As of this week, the scales of justice have been tipped in favor of drunken-driving prevention. With the passage of Noah's Law late Monday night, Maryland became the 26th state to require the installation of an ignition interlock device on ...
Penn study finds one way to reduce drunk-driving deaths by 15 percent
Penn Med findings show how states can reduce drunk driving deaths
BDIC Ignition Interlock Device to Help Combat Drunk Driving Offenses
Wall Street Newscast
(NEW YORK)--Blow & Drive Interlock Corp. (OTC:BDIC), a criminal offender monitoring tracking device company, begins sale of their ignition interlock device to help combat drunk driving. Have you ever known someone who has been badly injured, or worse ...
States with Ignition Lock Laws Curb Drunk Driving Deaths by 15%
The findings represent a 15 percent reduction in drunk driving-related deaths compared to states without legislation requiring DUI offenders to use “mandatory ignition interlock,” according to the study published by researchers at the Perelman School ...
Lawmakers Approve Ignition Interlock Devices For Repeat Drunk Drivers
ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — A Minnesota House committee on Thursday approved a bill making ignition interlock devices mandatory for repeat drunk drivers. The bill requires anyone convicted of drunk driving for the second time to install an ignition ...
Push for ignition interlocks for drunken drivers advances
Protecting public from drunken drivers
California Senate Committee Approves Drunken Driving Measure