Tennessee Passes Tougher Ignition Interlock Bill

Pending approval by the Governor of Tennessee, a recent bill that strengthens the penalties on those who drink and drive will soon be law. The Daily News reports that the bill will require anyone convicted of driving with a minimum of .08% blood alcohol concentration level to install an ignition interlock device, including first-time offenders. This change in law will not only help keep intoxicated drivers off the road, but will be a measure to allow convicted offenders to retain employment and other obligations. Read more here: Lawmakers Pass Bill for More Ignition Interlocks


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