Intoxalock Ignition Interlock (located in Pep Boys)
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1337 Lakeview Ave
Dracut, MA 01826
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With the largest network of locations nationwide, excellent 24/7 customer support, competitive pricing and an easy-to-use and reliable device, Intoxalock ignition interlock devices are the best value on the market.

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Need an ignition interlock device near Dracut? Intoxalock is available at Pep Boys, a certified Intoxalock ignition interlock installer. We can install your breathalyzer in cars, trucks, vans and other vehicles.

Blanchette's Automotive Center Inc. is your local certified Intoxalock ignition interlock device installation location in Dracut, MA. Established in 1976, we have been specializing in car and light truck maintenance, service, repairs, and diagnostics, as well as used auto and light truck sales. With convenient hours, prices and services near you, you're guaranteed to get the best quality ignition interlock services. Certified installers can help to answer all of your questions and show you how to use your ignition interlock device. When you're stopping in, be sure to check out Blanchette's Automotive Center Inc.'s variety of other services and products. As a certified Intoxalock provider, you can count on reliable, quality service. Their experienced team focuses on delivering services that exceed Intoxalock customers expectations in a timely manner to get you back on the road as quickly and safely as possible. We make it easy at Intoxalock by providing more locations closer to you and helping to get your ignition interlock installation, removal, and services scheduled quickly so that you don't have to worry about it. Let us get you set up, call today to schedule your appointment!
Call us at (844) 899-6211 to schedule an installation

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Massachusetts Resources

Massachusetts stands alone – Life saving ignition interlock bill not released for vote
Twenty-seven states across the U.S. now require interlocks for all offenders, particularly every state along the Eastern Seaboard. Except for one. Massachusetts stands alone. Read More