- Safety board backs technology that could detect driver who has been drinking too much
- It also wants ignition interlock devices required after a first DWI offense
- The recommendations come after a report on wrong-way collisions
- "Responsible social drinking before driving" would be "a thing of the past," a critic says
Washington (CNN)In hopes of someday virtually ending drunken driving in the United States, federal safety advocates Tuesday encouraged ongoing development of in-vehicle technology that unobtrusively tests all motorists to see if they have imbibed.