New drunk-driving PSA starring RoboCop warns drivers to stay within the algorithmic mean set by the government

New drunk-driving PSA starring RoboCop warns drivers to stay within the algorithmic mean set by the government

Even if you've forgotten about that new RoboCop movie holding Samuel L. Jackson, Gary Oldman, and Michael Keaton hostage, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration hasn't forgotten about you. In a PSA released earlier this month, the NHTSA announced that it’s partnered with “the future of law enforcement” to step up its “Drive Sober” initiative. So this holiday season, expect a titanium-cased stack of muscles and heartless circuitry to scan a blood alcohol content over the legal limit of .8 anywhere inside a three-mile radius, then pursue offenders—no matter how together you think you may have it. Drunk drivers should find RoboCop on his shiny, speeding RoboCycle a fit deterrent from getting behind the wheel while tipsy, even if you're fine, guys, really, you guys are so sweet. Well, you wouldn't be fine if RoboCop shot you with a laser. Just give RoboCop the keys.

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