New anti-DWI smartphone app hits market, with kinks

ENDWI aims to educate New Mexicans about responsible drinking and keeping the roadways safe


By Brian Fraga
Las Cruces Sun-News

LAS CRUCES, N.M. — A drink in one hand, a smartphone in the other. State officials hope that can be a life-saving combination.

"More and more people are utilizing smartphones, more than anything else, in their day to day lives. We see (smartphones) as another tool in our toolbox to help fight DWI's," said Alvin C. Dominguez, the cabinet secretary for the New Mexico Department of Transportation.

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