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Emma’s Law goes into effect in SC

Starting Wednesday, if you drink and drive, you’re looking at more than just fines and jail time if you get caught as Emma’s Law goes into effect.


If you blow a blood alcohol content level of .15 or higher and it’s your first DUI offense, you’re going to have an interlocking device put on your car. You’ll have to blow into it before you turn the ignition on, and your car won’t start if you’ve been drinking. The interlock device will have a camera on it to make sure no one but the driver blows into it.

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