Volvo Adds In-Car Cameras to Monitor Drunk, Distracted Drivers

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Speeding, intoxication, and distraction are primary traffic safety concerns.

And since Volvo already addressed the first with a new top speed limit, the Swedish automaker is moving on to the next two.

In a Wednesday announcement, Volvo revealed plans to install a suite of in-car cameras and sensors to monitor drivers.

If, for instance, a clearly drunk or distracted motorist doesn’t respond to warning signals, the vehicle could automatically intervene by limiting its speed, alerting the Volvo on

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