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February 18, 1990 | STEVE HOLZER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Police might like Kip Fuller for keeping drunks off the road, but they're not too happy that he helps speeders outwit radar traps by turning cars into ground versions of a stealth bomber. Fuller invented the Guardian Interlock, used by law enforcers in at least 18 states, which deactivates a car's ignition system if the driver can't pass an alcohol breathalyzer test.
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February 18, 1990 | STEVE HOLZER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Police might like Kip Fuller for keeping drunks off the road, but they're not too happy that he helps speeders outwit radar traps by turning cars into ground versions of a stealth bomber. Fuller invented the Guardian Interlock, used by law enforcers in at least 18 states, which deactivates a car's ignition system if the driver can't pass an alcohol breathalyzer test.
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November 24, 1985 | Associated Press
Drivers who don't always know when they have had one drink too many can now attach a device to their ignition that prevents them from starting their cars if their breath contains too much alcohol. The Guardian Interlock sits on the dashboard, where the driver must blow into its mouthpiece for four seconds before turning the key.
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