More and more convicted drunken drivers are being required to get ignition interlocks as a way to make sure they drive sober.
Drivers must blow into the alcohol-detecting devices, and if they are under the influence, their cars won’t start.
But it’s not always easy to make sure people are using interlocks, as required by judges.
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