Lithuanian Transport Minister Rokas Masiulis says that the ministry considers making it mandatory to install ignition interlock devices in rental cars and publicly naming people caught driving drunk after several fatal accidents caused by drunk drivers.
According to Masiulis, the ministry is considering other measures in addition to a possible requirement for car-sharing service providers to install the so-called alcolocks that prevent a vehicle from being started if the driver is drunk.
"There were discussions about making public the names of thos...
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