South Dakota Sober Driving Program Gets Results

Driving drunk comes with a wide range of consequences, and South Dakota is no exception to this rule. KDLT.com reports that with the state’s 24/7 Sobriety Program, many people were unable to meet the requirements of in-person breathalyzer tests or ankle monitors. As such, ignition interlock devices were introduced into the program last October, with favorable results that show the effectiveness of the devices and program. Read more here: Interlock Devices Proven Successful In SD

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