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Recommendations on the Effectiveness of Ignition Interlocks for Preventing Alcohol-Impaired Driving and Alcohol-Related Crashes

  • Task Force on Community Preventive Services
      Alcohol-impaired driving is responsible for one death every 45 minutes in the U.S. The Task Force on Community Preventive Services (Task Force) has previously studied and made recommendations on several ways to reduce alcohol-impaired driving.
      Guide to Community Preventive Services
      Motor vehicle-related injury prevention: Reducing alcohol-impaired driving.
      Task Force on Community Preventive Services
      Motor vehicle occupant injury prevention.
      The most recent findings relate to programs to install ignition interlocks in the vehicles of people arrested for alcohol-impaired driving.
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      References

        • CDC
        Injury Prevention and Control.
        • Guide to Community Preventive Services
        Motor vehicle-related injury prevention: Reducing alcohol-impaired driving.
        • Task Force on Community Preventive Services
        Motor vehicle occupant injury prevention.
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