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Autoliv developing automatic in-car breath sensor


Autoliv is developing an alcohol breath sensor that will operate automatically when the driver gets in the car. According to Jan Carlson, CEO of the Swedish auto parts manufacturer, the device is already undergoing testing and will be ready for mass production within five years. The breathalyzer will not require drivers to blow into a tube, such as current devices ...
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