Working with Intoxalock is a professional pleasure. Intoxalock offers a quality, dependable and accurate product in the Intoxalock, which is supported by a knowledgeable, helpful and attentive staff. Having the ability to review our drivers’ logs online makes it possible to access details quickly when questionable events arise.”
- Deb B.,
Forest Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Missouri
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For 20 years, Intoxalock has been manufacturing ignition interlocks and we are the first company to utilize fuel cell testing technology. Our mission is helping people to live and drive responsibly. Through our technology, coupled with our experience, reliability and excellent customer service has made us experts in keeping people safe from alcohol related incidents.
Intoxalock understands that fleet safety is one of the most challenging aspects for fleet managers or owners. Our alcohol monitoring devices provide an easy and affordable solution to preventing alcohol related incidents. Whether it’s helping an employee return work following a drunk driving offense, or preventing at-risk behavior in your fleet, Intoxalock alcohol monitoring devices can help keep your business running safely and smoothly. Intoxalock offers a variety of products to help keep your fleet running smoothly and safely. We specialize in ignition interlock devices and alcohol monitoring. Our technology integrates fuel cell testing into a vehicle’s ignition system, which prevents the vehicle from starting when the presence of alcohol is detected. Using our years of ignition interlock experience, we have also developed a portable, discrete desktop alcohol monitoring device to help meet the needs of multiple user testing. View alcohol monitoring safety products
Sadly, alcohol related accidents involving school district employed drivers are on the rise. The sobriety of drivers can now be easily monitored before, during and after all school related driving events. Intoxalock alcohol monitoring devices are easy and affordable solutions requiring drivers to submit a sample before driving a school district vehicle. With an Intoxalock ignition interlock device or Intoxalock eLERT (Electronic Live Event Reporting Technology) alcohol monitoring system at each bus barn, traveling with students or installed directly into each vehicle’s ignition, you will know you’ve added another layer of protection for your students. What if it was your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews on that school bus… wouldn’t you want to do everything in your power to protect them? View alcohol monitoring safety products
With nearly 35 million trips each weekday, an increasing number of people are using public transportation and local communities continue to expand public transit services. The sobriety of public transportation drivers can now be easily monitored before, during and after all transportation events. Intoxalock alcohol monitoring devices are easy and affordable solutions requiring drivers to submit a breath sample before driving a public transportation vehicle. With an Intoxalock ignition interlock device or Intoxalock eLERT (Electronic Live Event Reporting Technology) alcohol monitoring system at each public transportation hub or installed directly into a vehicle’s ignition, you will know you have added another layer of protection to public safety. View alcohol monitoring safety products
Please help us in welcoming incoming CEO, Kimberly Williams. Kimberly is immediately beginning work to transition with CEO Dave Arringdale of 14 years, who will be moving to a new advisory role as Executive Chairman of the Board. Kimberly will … Continue reading →
Talking to Your Teens About Drinking and Driving When it comes time for your child to start driving, it’s important to sit down with him or her and have a talk about what it means to be a responsible and … Continue reading →
Drive Sober, Don’t Get Pulled Over So you’ve had a few glasses of wine, a couple beers with some friends, and you feel fine. You don’t feel drunk, impaired or otherwise inhibited in anyway. Even still, it’s likely that if … Continue reading →
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