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Drunk driving is wrong, but the latest information from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration could be taken to suggest that having a few drinks before driving might not be harmful from a statistical standpoint.
Honda has announced a recall of 428,000 vehicles in both the U.S. and Canada due to a problem with the ignition system that could cause a vehicle to roll away.
The recall affects Honda Accord, Civic and Element models from 2003 and 2004 as well as the Acura 1.7EL in Canada.
The models in question have an ignition interlock feature that will prevent the driver from removing the key is the car is not placed in park. The current ignition interlock system may fail with several crashes reportedly resulting so far.
Get full details on the recall after the jump: