A few U.S. senators are looking to add alcohol-detection equipment to vehicles. Senators Tom Udall (D–New Mexico) and Rick Scott (R–Florida) have introduced legislation that would mandate that all new passenger vehicles come with passive and unobtrusive alcohol detection systems by 2024. Their Reduce Impaired Driving for Everyone (RIDE) Act of 2019 is intended to "promote the research and development of advanced alcohol detection software and will require the implementation of such technology in new motor vehicles." Rep. Debbie Dingell (D–Michigan) has introduced similar legislation in the House of Representatives. Their goal is to have technology in every car that will prevent the car from being started if the driver’s BAC is over the legal limit of 0.08.