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New resource helps DUI offenders in Arizona navigate the complicated process
July 11, 2016
DES MOINES, IA - This month, Intoxalock joined AZDUIProcess.com, a coalition of companies designed to help guide people through the complicated process following a drunk driving conviction in Arizona. The free website features industry-leading providers at every step and helps deliver the best possible experience as visitors navigate the DUI process. In total, the partners of AZDUIProcess.com have over 75 years of experience helping DUI clients get their lives back to normal.
"I have been working with DUI clients for years and find so many clients struggle with not understanding the many steps and processes that come with a DUI," said April Schaffroth, Insurance Agency Owner of DUI Insurance Experts and AZDUIProcess.com founder. "I am so excited to partner with 3 other top notch companies to help clients navigate through the steps to get their life back in order."
In addition to gaining access to valuable information, drunk driving offenders can receive over $100 in discounts through pricing specials offered by the AZDUIProcess.com partners. A short video highlighting the steps and preferred vendors is also available on the website.
"Intoxalock is proud to be a member of AZDUIProcess.com because so many clients tell us that navigating through the process can be very stressful. We look forward to continue providing the best possible service to our Arizona ignition interlock customers," said Kellie Van Huss, Arizona Regional Manager for Intoxalock. "We were delighted when April invited us to participate."
AZDUIProcess.com partners with CHC (alcohol screening), One Stop Traffic School, DUI Insurance Experts (SR-22 insurance) and Intoxalock (ignition interlock devices) to guide offenders through the DUI process. All partners have convenient locations throughout Arizona.
About Intoxalock: Headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, Intoxalock (http://www.Intoxalock.com) developed its state-of-the-art ignition interlock device (IID) in conjunction with researchers from Iowa State University. Recently celebrating their 23rd anniversary in the alcohol monitoring business, Intoxalock currently services clients that are legally required to install an IID or home alcohol monitoring unit in 41 states across the nation, in addition to voluntary clients in all other states. In the last ten years, the ignition interlock industry has grown three-fold and is expected to continue as drunk driving legislation strengthens.