* Interlocks sharply reduce rearrest rates for DUI drivers * Some 200,000 vehicles in U.S. fitted with interlocks * Impaired driving blamed on 11,000 U.S. deaths in 2009 By Matthew Bigg ATLANTA (Reuters) - Ignition devices that stop drivers from starting their vehicles if they are over the alcohol limit help prevent people convicted of driving under the influence from re-offending, according to a new study. Re-arrest rates for alcohol-impaired driving decrease by 67 percent after ...
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