Report for the European Commission finds benefits of alcohol interlocks for HGVs outweigh costs

A new report on drink-driving for the European Commission suggests mandatory fitment of alcohol interlocks in heavy goods vehicles could be a worthwhile investment.

The PANACEA project is looking at how to best monitor drink-driving among professional drivers before and during driving, in light of the latest technological developments.

Read more about the report on the ETSC website.

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