Some Saab drivers may soon have to get up on the wagon to start their cars. The company announced it will offer its Alcokey — a key fob with a personal breathalyzer test a driver must pass to activate the ignition — in the UK by next year. Saab is testing the Alcokey in Sweden among fleet operators. No word on whether it'll be offered in the states, or if it'll be connected to the OnStar system. It should be — operators could send a cab (or, for angry drunks, the cops).
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