Ignition interlock devices are credited with reducing the rate of repeat drunk driving offenses by 67%, however, these devices must be installed in order for those rates to drop. CBS New York reports that in New York, there are tens of thousands of DUI offenders with ignition interlock restrictions who are circumventing the requirements of these court-mandated installations. Almost five years ago, New York adopted “Leandra’s Law,” which required the mandatory installation of ignition interlock devices in the vehicles of those convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI), yet, convicted offenders are still putting lives at risk and violating the ignition interlock requirements that could save lives each day. Read more here: Seen At 11: Most Repeat Drunken Drivers Not Installing Ignition Interlock Devices
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