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Louisiana ignition interlock device state laws FAQs
Intoxalock is a state certified ignition interlock provider in Louisiana. Here is a quick list of frequently asked questions to help you with this process. We have state specialists available 24/7 to answer your questions. Call us today to install your ignition interlock device in Louisiana.
What is an ignition interlock device and why do I need one?
device is a breathalyzer that is installed in your vehicle often after a drunk driving offense. Ignition interlocks require a user to blow into them before allowing you to start the vehicle and are effective in preventing somebody from starting their vehicle while intoxicated. It is made up of a mouthpiece, a handheld unit and a cord that attaches to your vehicle’s ignition system. For more information see our
what is an interlock page
What are Louisiana’s ignition interlock device requirements?
You may be able to regain driving privileges after a drunk driving conviction in Louisiana with the installation of an ignition interlock device. To view the Louisiana ignition interlock device requirements please visit
the Louisiana state page
How much does an ignition interlock cost in Louisiana?
Intoxalock has first month discounts available for Louisiana customers and financial assistance may be available. For pricing information, see
What are the steps to get my ignition interlock device in Louisiana?
An Intoxalock representative can walk you through the ignition interlock process and will schedule your installation appointment for you. For additional information, please visit the
Louisiana state page
to learn what steps you need to take to get back on the road.
What information should I provide to get my ignition interlock device installed in Louisiana?
To learn more about the steps to regaining your license, please visit our
Louisiana state page
How do I find an installation location near me in Louisiana?
Intoxalock has over 48 installation locations throughout the state of Louisiana. All locations are state certified and trained to install devices on all vehicles. To find the Louisiana Intoxalock service center closest to you, please visit our
Louisiana installation locations page
When can I get my ignition interlock device removed in Louisiana?
The only way to confirm you are eligible to remove the device is to check with your monitoring authority.
What information should I provide to get ignition interlock device removed in Louisiana?
Contact your monitoring authority to ensure you are eligible for removal.
What are the other DUI requirements in Louisiana?
Please visit the
Louisiana state page
to learn about other DUI requirements.
Can I get financial assistance to pay for my ignition interlock device in Louisiana?
Financial assistance is available to help pay for your ignition interlock device, if you qualify. For pricing information, see
Louisiana pricing page
Where can I find other DUI resources such as a DUI attorney, treatment center or SR-22 insurance in Louisiana?
To find a DUI attorney in Louisiana, please visit our
Louisiana attorney partners page
To find a treatment center in Louisiana, please visit our
Louisiana alcohol treatment centers page
How does an ignition interlock device work?
To see how an ignition interlock device works, visit our
ignition interlock page
and watch our video demonstrating how to use the device.
Where can I find more information on ignition interlock devices?
Our state specialists are available to answer questions 24/7. To learn more about ignition interlock information, please visit our
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