Drivers convicted of DUI may soon be able to keep their licenses under a bill being considered by the Legislature.

The plan would require drivers to install interlock devices on their vehicles, which would prevent the car from starting if the driver's blood alcohol content is over the legal limit.

Safe driving advocates support the idea because they claim it changes behavior.


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