Sure. We worked very closely with MADD on this. There is a lot of information. According to MADD, more than 40 countries worldwide have authorized mandatory alcohol screening, and as I said, these include Australia, New Zealand, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Sweden, to name a few.
Mandatory alcohol screening came into force in Ireland in July 2006, and it was credited by the Road Safety Authority for reducing the number of people being killed on Ireland's roads by almost a quarter, 23% in the 11 months following its introduction. In 2005, the last full year in Ireland without mandatory alcohol screening, road fatalities were 398, and by 2009, fatalities on Ireland's roads had declined to 238, a reduction of 39.9% from 2005.