Today an alcohol breath tester in your car is a huge stigma, but a group is considering making them standard in all cars. A group called DADSS (Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety), which is partly backed by the federal government, wants all drivers of the future to prove they are sober before getting behind the wheel. Cnet's Brian Cooley explains.
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