From October 2014, Victorian motorists will have to fit an interlock device to their cars if caught drink-driving with a blood-alcohol level of .07 or higher. Martine Oglethorpe, a blogger on The Modern Parent, gets behind the wheel to find out how inconvenient driving with an alcohol interlock would be. Transport Accident Commission Victoria. ====================== "Copyright in the material on this website is owned by the TAC and may only be used for non-commercial personal or educational purposes. You may not modify, transmit or revise the contents of this website without the prior written permission of the TAC." Comments may not be published if they do not add to the discussion, are offensive, repetitious, illegal or meaningless, contain clear errors of fact or are in poor taste.

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