Saab is developing a new device that will prevent intoxicated people from starting their cars. Unlike current set-ups inside a car, this "Alcokey" has a breathalyzer built into the car's key fob. If the driver has had too much of a good time, the car will refuse to start. At a price of $300 the device is a cheap insurance policy for protective parents. Overseas the application would be popular among corporations to use in their own executive fleets. Either way this is a revolutionary step in driving safety.
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