Under new California law, convicted drunk drivers will be required to pass a breathalyzer test connected to their cars in order to start their car. If they do not pass the test, the car won’t start.
Drunk driving offenders will be required to install an ignition interlock on their cars that connects to a breathalyzer under new law. The new law, approved by Governor Jerry Brown, expands upon an existing pilot program already in effect in four California counties, including Sacramento.
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