The threat of arrest and punishment, for decades the primary tactic against drunken drivers, is no longer working in the struggle to reduce the death toll, officials say, and they are proposing turning to technology — alcohol detection devices in every vehicle — to address the problem.
Hey bar owners! If you thought it was bad your customers can't smoke anymore, think of the effect on your business when one drink will render their cars inoperable. Plus, it costs $2 a day to have one of those things in your car. Net effect? A boom in mechanics disabling interlocks for a bribe.
Dumbasses. I miss liberty.