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Most people who have an ignition interlock device understand the basics. The devices require drivers with an IID installed to take a Breath Alcohol Content (BrAC) test before they can start the car. If they have alcohol in their system, they will fail and be unable to drive.
Many DUI offenders and voluntary IID users have questions about the device that extend beyond its practical function. Since the device is installed in their vehicle, it will become a part of their daily life. If you are having an IID installed, read on to learn more about some things you may not know about the devices.
Need to get an IID installed? Intoxalock is the no. 1 IID brand in the U.S. with more than 4,000 locations - more than any other provider. You will be able to find a location near you to have a low cost interlock installed.
Family members and friends of an offender also have questions about how the device works. If you want to help a loved one, look below for answers to your questions.
If you have more questions, Intoxalock specialists are happy to help. You can also read reviews from actual customers on Trustpilot, to see what people are saying.
An Intoxalock state specialist will call you and answer any questions you have about the process. all 833-623-0200 to speak with a representative now, or fill out this form.
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