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A '''kill-switch breathalyzer''' was a piece of technology in [[2015]].
 
A '''kill-switch breathalyzer''' was a piece of technology in [[2015]].
   
Judging by the name, it can be safely assumed that this was a combination futuristic safety mechanism/anti-drunk flying device, which could automatically shut down the engine, flying systems etc. of a [[flying car]] if the pilot was under the influence of [[alcohol]] — thus preventing the dangerous act of drunk flying.
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Judging by the name, it can be safely assumed that this was a combination futuristic safety mechanism/anti-drunk flying device, which could automatically shut down the engine, [[flying circuits]] etc. of a [[flying car]] if the pilot was under the influence of [[alcohol]] — thus preventing the dangerous act of drunk flying.
   
According to the ''Newsline'' column on the front page of the [[October 22]], 2015 issue of ''[[USA Today]]'', [[Katie Pearson]], a new lobbyist hired by the organization [[Mothers Against Drunk Flying]], was to lead a campaign to install kill-switch breathalyzers in flying cars.<ref>Special "front page wrap" for real life October 22, 2015 issue of ''USA Today'' (see 'External links' below)</ref>
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According to the ''Newsline'' column on the front page of the [[October 22]], 2015 issue of ''[[USA Today]]'', the organization [[Mothers Against Drunk Flying]] had hired a new lobbyist named [[Katie Pearson]], who was to lead a campaign to install kill-switch breathalyzers in flying cars.<ref>Special "front page wrap" for real life October 22, 2015 issue of ''USA Today'' (see 'External links' below)</ref>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 15:43, 20 October 2017

A kill-switch breathalyzer was a piece of technology in 2015.

Judging by the name, it can be safely assumed that this was a combination futuristic safety mechanism/anti-drunk flying device, which could automatically shut down the engine, flying circuits etc. of a flying car if the pilot was under the influence of alcohol — thus preventing the dangerous act of drunk flying.

According to the Newsline column on the front page of the October 22, 2015 issue of USA Today, the organization Mothers Against Drunk Flying had hired a new lobbyist named Katie Pearson, who was to lead a campaign to install kill-switch breathalyzers in flying cars.[1]

Appearances

References

  1. Special "front page wrap" for real life October 22, 2015 issue of USA Today (see 'External links' below)

See also

External links

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