Your future car may come standard with an alcohol monitoring device. That’s right. According to the Los Angeles Times, an investigation into a 2021 crash that killed nine people – including seven children – has prompted the National Transportation Safety Board to call for an alcohol-impairment detection system to be installed in all new cars. The devastating accident occurred when Daniel Luna slammed headfirst into a pickup truck at nearly 100 mph. The NTSB, which has made similar recommendations in the past, has also called for the lowering of the blood alcohol limit from 0.08 to 0.05.