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

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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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