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Intoxalock, formerly known as Consumer Safety Technology, is a leading ignition interlock provider across the U.S. With more than 20 years of industry experience, Intoxalock provides high-quality, reliable alcohol monitoring devices backed by excellent customer service.

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“In 2007, there were over 1.4 million arrests nationwide. Then the Great Recession of ‘08-‘09 hit and DUI enforcement funds at all levels -- local, state and federal -- were slashed. Arrest rates began falling. The optimists hoped this was a sign that fewer persons were drinking and driving. Unfortunately the dramatic rise in alcohol-related traffic fatalities for the past two years in a row proves otherwise. The drunk drivers are still out there in force, and law enforcement does not have the resources it needs to successfully attack the problem”

–Brad Fralick, Intoxalock director of government relations

“A lot of times we don't think something like that is going to happen to us (drunk driving fatality)," said Samara Brush, of Des Moines. "I hope I can be a voice to make people realize it happens every day and it's something that needs to change and it's something that needs to stop.”

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News releases

March 02, 2017: Iowa is taking steps in the right direction to eliminate drunk driving

February 16, 2017: Intoxalock calls for stronger legislation, enforcement of drunk driving penalties

February 01, 2017: Intoxalock launches media resource room

January 26, 2017: 3 out of 4 drunk driving offenders continue to drive on a suspended license

January 11, 2017: Latest Intoxalock Innovation Leading the Ignition Interlock Industry, Improves Customer Experience

December 20, 2016: Intoxalock offers practical tips to avoid DUIs during the holiday season

October 24, 2016: Ignition interlock devices proving to be more effective than other drunk driving intervention options

August 17, 2016: California drunk driving fatalities on rise after decline

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