Will drink-driving technology be integrated into all new HV vehicles?



Will all new vehicles on the roads of the Hudson Valley have built-in technology to stop impaired drivers? Immobilizers have been around for some time for people convicted of impaired driving. There are also infrared cameras in some models that monitor the behavior of motorists while driving. But Congress believes that is not enough, and now they are pushing all automakers to take more action to reduce the number of drunk driving fatalities.

Could this new technology arrive in places like the Hudson Valley as early as 2026?

Yahoo says it’s all part of the massive trillion-dollar infrastructure bill that President Joe Biden is expected to sign. It would require all car manufacturers to include some kind of technology in all new vehicles. The bill would require a new system that “Passively monitoring the performance of a motor vehicle operator to accurately identify whether that driver may be impaired.” ” But how exactly? That is what they will have five years to understand, if this bill is signed. Senior mobility analyst says we’ll need something beyond breathalyzers.

According to the NHTSA, about 10,000 Americans on average die each year from accidents related to impaired driving. Some states have already lowered the legal limit, and some New York lawmakers have already pushed the state to follow suit.

The case of this woman would have been a good example. In May, police said they arrested a New York state woman whose blood alcohol level was over four times the legal limit. Police said they found the 37-year-old woman parked by the side of the road on a Saturday night. WIVT says the woman failed field sobriety tests and lost 0.33%.

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25 Hudson Valley locations featured in the movies

The Hudson Valley or the New Hollywood? The Hudson Valley has been featured in many movies over the years, and it doesn’t stop. Recent successes like A Quiet Place (2018) to modern classic films like The Missing (2006)The Hudson Valley has been a low-key hot spot for locations. Due to tax incentives, beautiful locations and the growth of independent cinema, the Hudson Valley will continue to thrive as a valuable destination for filmmakers.

So we’ve compiled a list of 25 Hudson Valley locations featured in the movie. This list also includes blockbuster hits and independent films. We hope you enjoy the read and learn more about the Hudson Valley and the movies!

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