An undated photo provided by Irving, Texas-based Smart Start, Inc., shows the company's Smart Start 20/20 Ignition Interlock device, a small handheld breath alcohol monitoring device that is wired to a vehicleÕs ignition system. A new law in Illinois that begins Jan. 1, 2009, will require breathalyzer gadgets in cars for anyone convicted of drunk driving even once. Smart Start is one of several companies that provide the devices. (AP Photo/Smart Start, Inc.)  **NO SALES**
An undated photo provided by Irving, Texas-based Smart Start, Inc., shows the company's Smart Start 20/20 Ignition Interlock device, a small handheld breath alcohol monitoring device that is wired to a vehicleÕs ignition system. A new law in Illinois that begins Jan. 1, 2009, will require breathalyzer gadgets in cars for anyone convicted of drunk driving even once. Smart Start is one of several companies that provide the devices. (AP Photo/Smart Start, Inc.) **NO SALES** ASSOCIATED PRESS
An undated photo provided by Irving, Texas-based Smart Start, Inc., shows the company's Smart Start 20/20 Ignition Interlock device, a small handheld breath alcohol monitoring device that is wired to a vehicleÕs ignition system. A new law in Illinois that begins Jan. 1, 2009, will require breathalyzer gadgets in cars for anyone convicted of drunk driving even once. Smart Start is one of several companies that provide the devices. (AP Photo/Smart Start, Inc.) **NO SALES** ASSOCIATED PRESS

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