Saab Automobile debuts a new “Alcokey” concept, which the auto maker hopes will help reduce drunk-driving accidents. Alcokey features a small mouthpiece on the key fob, which is used to measure the blood alcohol content of the driver. When the driver presses the “unlock doors” button on the car’s key fob, the alcohol sensor is switched on. The driver then blows into a small mouthpiece at the end of the fob to provide a breath sample, which passes down a small internal tube containing a ...

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