A car driven by an alleged repeat drunk driving offender crashed into the home of a woman who spent two months in the hospital in 2005 after an alleged repeat drunk driver hit the car she was riding in, head on. Read the complete story from the Brockton, Massachusetts Enterprise.
People continue to drive drunk because they can. Studies have shown that ignition interlocks are an average of 64 percent effective in reducing repeat drunk driving offenses. Contact your lawmakers and urge them to support ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers.