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When you are going through anything for the first time, it is always helpful to have an experienced guide. That is especially true when going through a legal matter like a DUI.
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Ignition interlock laws vary greatly by state. Unfortunately, there isn’t one simple answer to this. In many states, if you’ve been convicted or arrested for drunk driving, you will need to install an ignition interlock device. Failure to install an interlock device if you're required to could result in serious legal and financial consequences.
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Because each state has such a unique set of rules, it’s important to choose an interlock provider with state experts on staff. Intoxalock representatives are trained on state laws and regulations and have additional support of state-specific compliance managers.
You will not find this level of expertise on your state’s laws with any other ignition interlock company.
The costs involved with getting caught driving while suspended or revoked and possibly, the costs of getting another DUI are much greater than the cost of installing an interlock when you’re required to.
Most states have programs in place to monitor ignition interlock device installation to ensure those who are required to install them follow through. Interlocks are the quickest and easiest way to regain driving privileges after a drunk driving conviction.
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