Three Apps Curbing Drunk Driving

Three Apps Curbing Drunk Driving
technology

A number of apps help the inebriated calculate their blood alcohol level, get a ride home, or find a place to sober up

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 12 february 2015

Every year, thousands of accidents are caused by drunk driving. While police try to stop and arrest these individuals before any collisions occur, often they are too late. Whether it is due to not knowing how intoxicated they are or because they feel as though they can drive drunk, people continue to drive while under the influence. In the age of smartphones and useful apps, some developers are using their skills to try and reduce the number of drunk driving accident.

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