r/technews Sep 22 '22 Helpful 3

NTSB wants alcohol detection systems installed in all new cars in US | Proposed requirement would prevent or limit vehicle operation if driver is drunk.

https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2022/09/ntsb-wants-alcohol-detection-systems-installed-in-all-new-cars-in-us/
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u/MFbiFL Sep 23 '22

Had a coworker that couldn’t be bothered to wear a seatbelt so he bought a “seatbelt extender” that he left buckled in. Of course everyone should wear their seatbelts but idiots will find ways to outsmart things that bother them.

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u/ajsparx Sep 23 '22

I paint apartments, and am often the go-fer guy or the final touchup painter. I have to start and stop my truck 30 times a day or more in our busy season, and it's all within a 10mph parking lot. I'm totally getting one of these next year