A Case for Safer Cars with Ignition Interlocks

Ignition interlocks are one of the best methods to prevent drunk drivers on the road, and the technology continues to find ways to ensure the safety of drivers in various situations. According to The Detroit News, the auto industry is looking at ignition interlocks for seat belts, reviving a concept that was originally introduced forty years ago. These interlocks would disable a vehicle if the seat belt is not buckled, causing drivers to buckle up in order to start the car. While this safety method would help create a safer driving experience in the event of an accident, there are other concerns to be examined. Read more here: Ignition interlocks may force drivers to buckle up



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