New laws on everything from speed limits to texting to how long you can idle your car went into effect Jan. 1.
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Those 3 beers at happy hour could turn into a $15,000 ordeal if you're arrested and convicted of drunken driving. There are lots of ways to get home safely.
Keeping a breath alcohol tester in your car may sound like a smart idea when it's party night, but there are caveats.
Too much holiday cheer can mean thousands in fines and fees, doubled insurance rates and an interlock device in your vehicle.
Impaired driving is against the law, even if you're in one of the states where voters legalized marijuana. And it will raise your insurance rates.
France will soon begin requiring all drivers to carry a kit that can measure blood-alcohol content. You can get the single-use tests here for as little as $2 a pop.
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