Thursday, June 19, 2008

Alberta to require ignition interlock for drunk drivers

As of July 1, Albertans who are convicted of having twice the legal alcohol limit, refuse to give a breath sample or have been repeat offenders in the last 10 years will be ordered to attach a mandatory ignition interlock device to their vehicle ignition.
They have to give a breath sample in their car before they can drive. That's so cooooool. Science!

Although you really have to wonder, what kind of person is a repeat drunk-driving offender? I mean, doing it once is bad enough, but you'd have to be a moron to be convicted more than once. Like, a double-moron.

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