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Russia considers built-in breathalyzers for cars to curb drink driving

Alcoholic consumption in Russia has fallen by an estimated 43% from 2003 to 2016

Russia is considering fitting cars with devices that breathalyse drivers to clamp down on drink driving and is looking at ways to encourage manufacturers to install them in vehicles fresh off the production line. Russia has for years been trying to improve road safety and, though official statistics show the situation improving, around 17,000 Russians died on the country's roads last year, much higher than in many other countries. Installing alcohol interlocks would introduce new costs for car

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