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Interlock ignition technology prevents a severely drunk driver from operating his or her vehicle. The device prevents the car from starting if the driver who blows into it has an alcohol level above a certain point, according to MSNBC.com.
Some states are requiring those convicted of DUIs or DWIs to use ignition interlock devices to prevent repeat offenses. Mothers Against Drunk Drivers is a main group advocating states to change legislation cracking down on drunk drivers.
There are currently 32 states with ignition interlock laws for first time drunk drivers.