See More →Buried deep in the 2,700-page bipartisan infrastructure bill is a provision that mandates all cars manufactured from 2027 onwards be equipped with a drunk driver monitoring system, in the hopes of ending a behavior that results in about 10,000 deaths in the U.S. every year. AdvertisementSince 2008, an alphabet soup of acronym organizations have been working on a public-private partnership to invent a new technology that can prevent drunk driving. Of course, eliminating drunk driving through a passive monitoring system sounds great in theory. Screenshot: YoutubeAnother question regarding the drunk driving monitoring system is user privacy. If data on these passive drunk driving monitoring systems are housed within the car itself, it is likely police could obtain that data too.