Three more states to require breathalyzers in offenders' cars

12/29/2008 | USA Today

Alaska, Illinois and Washington state will require convicted drunken drivers with a blood-alcohol content of 0.08% or more to have special breathalyzers installed in their vehicles. The devices, wired into a car's ignition system, won't allow it to start if the driver has been drinking. Sixteen other states already have similar laws on their books.

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