I am reading alot of replies in this thread, that are speculative at best. I say speculative because, unless you personally have lived through a car wreck caused by a drunk driver, I consider any answr to be speculation by those who have been fortunate. Knock on wood. .
Let me ask a speculative question.
As "no" voter, if you were to lose an immediate family member, relative, even a great friend to a drunk driver, knowing that legislative technology could have prevented your loss, would you change your vote?
Sometimes when dealing with human beings, the only solution is to realize there isn’t one. Not reasonable at least. Sometimes we have to rely and just hope to minimize the collateral damage from ignorance. People still get mauled at zoos, fall off touristic scenic views, die from swimming out too far, overdose on OTC meds and keep venomous snakes as pets. Sadly people become victims of Darwinism or evil.