By on July 30, 2020

Image: Lada

That shiny new Lada you’ve always wanted might one day come with an unexpected bit of equipment: an ignition interlock set free by non-boozy breath.

That’s what Russia’s industry ministry would like to see installed in cars before they even leave the factory, but reaching this goal —  like trying to put on a pair of tight-fitting shoes after polishing off a 26er of Stolichnaya —  will likely prove a challenge. (Read More…)

By on August 4, 2014

Capital Hill Interstate

Aside from funding issues with the U.S. Highway Trust Fund, state governments are having a difficult time applying — and receiving — federal grants to make their part of the system safer.

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