New Jersey Resident Calls for Ignition Interlock Law

new jersey ignition interlock21 states in the U.S. currently have ignition interlock laws for first-time DUI/DWI offenders, keeping the streets from repeat offenders who have already proven bad judgment when it comes to driving drunk. In New Jersey, however, a convicted drunk driver can still have the ability to drive, even on a suspended license, creating a need for ignition interlock laws in the state. In an editorial on NJ.com, a victim of a drunk driver explains his experience with recovering from catastrophic injuries attributed to a repeat DUI offender who struck him as he was walking down a street. If New Jersey passes ignition interlock laws for first-time offenders, the risk of an offender driving drunk on a suspended license is reduced, if not eliminated. Read more here: Ignition locking devices for drunken drivers saves lives: Letter

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