I recently commissioned an opinion poll of consumers and found that 41 percent of the drinking public would “not drink at all if driving home” if their car had alcohol-sensing technology installed. Chances are you’ve heard about the movement to put alcohol detectors in all cars, but hadn’t considered it a top threat. It’s time to move it to the top of your list. This year a bill that would provide $60 million for the further development of alcohol ...
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Contact: Desiree Torres Desiree.Torres@penton.com