As per the guidelines which are rolled out by the US Department of Transportation, drunk driving kills almost 10,000 people every year. The government of US is communicating heavily on the issue with the help of educating guidelines, strict rules and awareness. Following this flair, the market is offering innumerable breath detectors to find the quantity of alcohol in the blood. With the previous version of these detectors, the driver can still choose to drive after crossing the limit of legal guidelines. This means, you can choose, if you wish to drive and not to drive, even if you saw the danger flag ahead. For an increased safety, the US government has decided to fully shut down the vehicle, if alcohol in blood gets detected. Surprisingly, this massive change, could actually reduce drunk and driving deaths.
The US government is taking stern steps to surpass the drunk driving on streets. NHTSA has entered into a partnership with the ACT (Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety) to offer a concrete solution to this. The advanced technological solution is called ADS (alcohol detection systems).
The chief motive is to completely eradicate the scope of drunk and driving. With our Alcolock WR3 systems if the blood contains more alcohol than a legal bar of 0.08 percent, then the vehicle can not be driven. Here, the key detector is BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration) of the driver. With the help of technology, car’s autonomous emergency braking will be operated automatically. This works like an advanced safety system to stop you from taking a decision against your protection.
If your vehicle is registered from someone else’s name, then you must possess a notary letter to get the device installed. This is more like a letter of permission from the real owner of the vehicle. You can always find a device is compatible with the heat and environment of your area.
Researches are highly favoring this system. As per the reports, in the coming 10 years, systems like the WR3 can restrain over 40,000 deaths. Also, thousands of injuries and accident costs can be handled.