New Hampshire authorities are unveiling a mobile command unit today that would test people for drunk driving and educate drivers about the dangers of driving impaired.
The state Liquor Commission’s Bureau of Enforcement will maintain and staff the vehicle, which will help police administer field sobriety checkpoints.
The unit also will be used for alcohol awareness programs, statewide emergency situations, homeland security and search and rescue efforts. It even has jail cells!
The mobile unit is making its official debut at the State House, and will be touring Claremont and North Haverhill.