New breathalyzer equipped with video confirmation

SPRINGFIELD -- A new law will help the state crack down on drunk drivers. The Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device (BAIID), a breathalyzer used to start a car, will now come with a camera. It will leave no doubt who blew into the device. The BAIID system costs drivers $1,500 annually. 

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