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From: "Michael Culley"
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Subject: Re: Defeating Breathalyzer Ignition Interlocks
Date: Sun, 5 Jan 2003 15:59:23 +1100
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Maybe, maybe not. Those who drive a little over the limit might drink less,
but I doubt it would affect those who drive significantly over the limit. In
order to drive drunk alot of denial is required, which would result in
excused like "I've been meaning to get one of those" or "I'm a little short
of cash at the moment but I will get one soon" :-)
"Richard Henry" wrote in message
> "Michael Culley" wrote in message
> > The end result of
> > making breath testers widely available would be more people close the
> > bac limit.
> Allow me to propose that the result would be FEWER people OVER the limit.
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