Intoxalock Ignition Interlock (located in Buck's Auto Service)
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2200 West Lafayette Ave
Baltimore, MD 21216
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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 Baltimore? Intoxalock is available at Buck's Auto Service, an official Intoxalock ignition interlock installation location. We can install your breathalyzer in cars, trucks, vans and other vehicles.

With more than 2,500 official locations nationwide, Intoxalock Ignition Interlock prides itself on being the most trusted IID installer. Looking for a an official installation location in Baltimore, MD? Intoxalock has you covered! Buck's Auto Service is conveniently located at 2200 West Lafayette Ave and offers several services. Rest assured that you will receive fast, quality service, from install to oil change. You'll be able to get back on the road immediately after install and the on-site staff can help you with any questions about device use. Call (410) 556-0270 today to schedule your interlock device installation with Intoxalock. With 25 years of experience and 5-star rated customer service, we've got this.
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Maryland Resources

Maryland Bolsters Ignition Interlock Law with Camera Requirement
Maryland ignition interlock requirements for drunk drivers now require cameras in order to verify identity of drivers. This is the strongest use of IID technology to date. Read More
26 states now require interlocks for all drunk driving offenders
Monday, April 11 was a monumental day, not just for Maryland, but for the entire country. Read More
Maryland votes in favor of Noah’s Law 136-0
Maryland has been fighting to strengthen their ignition interlock device program for seven years without much success, until this week. Read More