Intoxalock is a Des Moines, Iowa based company that prides itself on a strong Iowa work ethic to provide our customer with professional service and the most reliable alcohol monitoring devices available. Intoxalock has been manufacturing ignition interlock devices, also known as car breathalyzers, for over 20 years and today is an industry leader in reliability, customer service and technology.
Our ignition interlock devices meet state requirements in over 35 states across the nation and our alcohol monitoring products are used in all 50 states. Intoxalock proudly offers:
"Intoxalock will be the most convenient ignition interlock provider and the easiest company to do business with in the interlock industry. Our customers will benefit by spending less time and effort being installed and serviced as they complete their interlock sanction and experience less frustration during their ignition interlock experience. Our company will continually strive to be where our customer is, when they need us, with the services that make the process simplest for them."
In conjunction with researchers at Iowa State University, Consumer Safety Technology, LLC developed the Intoxalock ignition interlock device using alcohol-specific fuel cell technology in 1992. Intoxalock was the first device in the country to use this cutting-edge technology, which is now an ignition interlock industry standard. In 2010 Intoxalock added advanced technology features through its Intoxalock eLERT ™ products and today continues to actively work to advance the ignition interlock industry with technology that suits the needs of various federal, state and local requirements.
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