from the now-you'll-get-people-trying-to-beat-their-high-score dept.
Zothecula writes "It is a great irony that alcohol should be legislated into becoming man's most commonly used recreational drug, as it's the only drug that causes more harm to others than to the user. This is most evident on our roads, where even in first world countries with low road tolls, alcohol still accounts for between a third and a half of road deaths. Now France is to attempt a novel solution — from July of this year, it will become law in France to have a working breathalyzer in every car on the road, with enforcement beginning November 1."
"A complex system that works is invariably found to have evolved from a simple
system that worked."
-- John Gall, _Systemantics_