The Swedish government has been petitioned by Volvo to waive the country's super strict drunk driving laws to allow its test drivers to drive drunk on a special track near one of Ford's safety development facilities. The Swedish automaker wants to test new technology that would have a car take control of the steering when a driver's reaction time is slowed due to a few many brews in the belly. Good thing Volvo is asking permission first, because just one beer in Sweden could land you in jail for up to six months. Bottoms up!
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