Future cars may have sensors to hold back boozy drivers from driving, say researchers.
The technology which is in process will prevent road mishaps and save thousands of lives.
But, the technology could take one more decade of research, before it comes in commercial use.
Top researchers in Massachusetts are experimenting with a technology that would detect blood alcohol level of a driver.
The car would have an inbuilt ‘sensors’ system. If the sensors detect driver’s blood alcohol content to exceed the legal limit of .08, the car won’t gear up.