NTSB recommends drunk driving prevention technology in all new vehicles



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The National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday put its weight behind requiring new vehicles to include drunk driving prevention technology.

NTSB Chairwoman Jennifer Homendy said that technology – as well as speed-related technology – “can prevent the tens of thousands of fatalities from impaired-driving and speeding-related crashes we see in the U.S. annually.”

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that passed last year with bipartisan support gave the Transportation Department three years to craft a requirement that new vehicles feature “advanced drunk and impaired driving prevention technology.”

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration did not immediately respond to a request for comment about its progress.

NHTSA says 32 people die of alcohol-related collisions every day – more than 11,000 every year. It…

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