In Kansas first-offense drunk drivers may have to blow before they drive
It might become a lot harder to drive drunk in Kansas next year.
Currently, drivers convicted of driving with a blood alcohol
content of .15 or greater, along with all repeat drunk-driving offenders, spend a year with ignition interlock devices — those fancy breathalyzers that won’t let you drive if you’ve tipped a few. But the state’s DUI commission is moving to recommend the vehicle-lockout gizmos for everybody who get caught driving shit-faced.