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

Russia is considering fitting cars with devices that breathalyze 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. The industry ministry hopes to draw up a plan by the end of 2020, the Kommersant newspaper reported, to spur the mass use of “interlocks”, which require drivers to pass the breathalyzer test before they can start the ignition.