The organization Mothers Against Drunk Drivers announced Nov.
20, that it will seek breath-test interlock devices for all convicted drunken
drivers - including first offenders.
The group isn't the only one calling for the devices. The U.S.
Department of Transportation is also joining MADD in its call for wider use of
the high-tech system, according to Forbes.
Once it's installed, the device prevents a vehicle from
starting if alcohol is detected on the driver's breath.