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When you get an ignition interlock device installed, there are a lot of changes you will have to make to your routine. For example, since you will need to test your breath alcohol content (BrAC) before starting your vehicle, remote start is no longer an option. If you’re used to traveling with a pet on occasion, using an ignition interlock device, while keeping an eye on your fluffy friend may be a challenge.
Here’s the best way to handle ignition interlock device requirements to keep you and your pet safe:
We know your pet is important to you, and so is your freedom to drive. Prepare accordingly to enjoy road trips with your furry pal.
If you’ve followed the preparation steps and made sure your pet is comfortably secured, taking your breath alcohol content (BrAC) test should be a breeze. However, there are some instances where your muscle memory or force of habit could cause you to make mistakes. Avoid doing the following to make sure you remain compliant with your IID terms:
Longer trips may be tough with your pet, but we hope you have a successful road trip with your furry friend in tow!
If you have any questions about your Intoxalock ignition interlock device, you can contact Intoxalock Customer Support 24/7 via phone and email.
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