The State Government (Government of Western Australia) will take a tough stance on high end and repeat drink drivers, with the introduction of alcohol interlocks next month.
A media advertising campaign launched by Road Safety Minister Liza Harvey and Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia today, warns drivers that the WA Alcohol Interlock Scheme (WA AIS) comes into effect on October 24th.
The seven week television and radio education campaign reminds drivers of the inconvenience an alcohol interlock will be for alcohol offenders.
Read more: Government of Western Australia, Safety Commission

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