On March 14, Rob Strassburger, President and CEO of the Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety (ACTS), testified before the House Energy and Commerce’s Consumer Protection and Commerce Subcommittee on “Enhancing Vehicle Technology to Prevent Drunk Driving.”
Mr. Strassburger presented the progress made to date by the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) Research Program, to develop ground-breaking in-vehicle alcohol detection sensors. Technologies like DADSS are a promising innovation that will complement other in-vehicle technologies currently being developed and drunk-driving counter measures that save lives.
To read Mr. Strassburger’s testimony in full, CLICK HERE.
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