Blow then start: The future of alcohol and driving (CNET On Cars, Episode 13)

The alcohol detector in your car's future, LaFerrari and Lamborghini Veneno star at the Geneva auto show, and top ways to add tech to your current car.



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We have the best from the Geneva auto show in this episode, including LaFerrari, Lamborghini's Veneno, and the Corvette Stingray convertible.

Our Car Tech 101 explains "connected cars," which is a term that has come to mean a lot of things. You'll understand them all.

Cooley blows hard into the current in-car booze detectors, but then shows you the future that may put alcohol lockout tech in every car: a federal initiative called DADSS that would radically change the state of alcohol and driving.

And if you've been envious of the latest car tech we show you here at CNET, this episode's Top 5 is just for you: how to put the latest tech in your current car.

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