DETROIT, June 17 (Reuters) - The country that brought the world some its finest vodkas may soon sell cars that won't start if you've had one drink too many for the road. Swedish car company Saab said on Thursday it was considering offering with its cars a key fob with a built-in breath analyzer the size of a pin-head that would shut down the engine if the driver had more to drink than the legal limit. The "Alcokey" is equipped with a small mouthpiece into which a driver must blow to ...
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