Intoxalock ignition interlock devices
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Whether you’re ready to get started now or want to learn more about ignition interlock devices, we’re here every step of the way.
Our helpful representatives are available 24/7 to guide you through your state’s process and connect you with an installer that’s close to home.
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Why choose Intoxalock Ignition Interlock Devices?
Our industry leading ignition interlock device is easy to use with its simple blow pattern and one button keypad. When you compare Intoxalock to other ignition interlock devices in the market, it’s easy to see why it’s the top choice among customers, state administrators, attorneys and more.
Many Intoxalock Ignition Interlock representatives have been in your shoes. We understand that this can happen to anyone and are here to help you, however you may need it. We are your partner through the process and can educate you on state ignition interlock device laws and regulations.
Intoxalock has over twice as many locations as any other provider. In almost every situation, we have an installation location within ten minutes of your home or work. Our installers are professional and certified by the state.
What is an ignition interlock device?
Most people are required to install an ignition interlock device after a drunk driving conviction, even a first offense. Even if you are unfamiliar with what an ignition interlock device is, they are extremely common and have probably been used by people you know and love.
An ignition interlock device, often referred to as a car breathalyzer, is a small, hand held breathalyzer that is installed in your car. The device has a mouthpiece in it that you will blow into before starting your car.
Once your breath sample enters the device, its alcohol content is read out on the LED screen. With a clean breath sample, you’ll immediately be able to start your car as usual.
Call us today to learn more. Our state specialists are ready to answer your questions and get you through the process, one step at a time.