At Low Cost Interlock, we have made the ignition interlock device installation process very simple. Each of our service locations are state licensed, LCI Certified and insured. All of the service provider technicians have been thoroughly screened and are experts in many automotive electrical systems. Our engineers are constantly updating and improving our technology to make sure the installation is efficient and compliant with all local ignition interlock laws.
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As the most affordable and efficient service provider of certified ignition interlock devices, we offer bilingual electronic video training to our clients to make the entire IID program as easy as possible. Our technicians will also provide hands-on training, post installation, to address any concerns.
After watching the training video, you will electronically sign a Low Cost Interlock Monitoring Agreement and any required state-specific forms. The Monitoring Agreement outlines the frequency at which you need to bring your interlock in for calibration and the cost for each download and calibration appointment. It also lays out any interlock restrictions that may apply.
Welcome to MyFonts, the #1 place to download great @font-face webfonts and desktop fonts: classics (Baskerville, Futura, Garamond) alongside hot new fonts (Brice, Moneta,Novera). Intoxalock ignition interlock pricing. Up to $100 off your installation will be covered after mail-in rebate. A 6-month minimum lease is required for this offer. This value is for Florida customers only and cannot be combined with any other offer. The offer cannot be applied to voluntary leases. Because of their exclusive partnership, you may be eligible for a free Intoxalock ignition interlock installation. Call (833) 382-0392 or click here to get started now. The first performance-based car interlocks were developed by Borg-Warner Corp. (now BorgWarner, Inc.), in 1969. An MVD-authorized company must install the interlock. Check the website or call the toll-free number for any company listed below for the availability of service in your area and associated costs. If you have an interlock requirement in multiple states please ensure that the manufacturer you choose can satisfy both states at the same time.
The Monitoring Agreement has an option to sign up for LCI’s Equipment Protection Plan (EPP). This EPP covers damage or theft while the ignition interlock device (IID) is in your possession. We value our IID at $2,400, so the optional EPP is a cost effective way to protect yourself against any loss or destruction of the device.
Your interlock device can only be installed by a Low Cost Interlock approved technician.
Unqualified installation or service will subsequently invalidate the product warranty, may invalidate the warranty of the vehicle, and LCI will accept no liability for consequential damage to the vehicle.
Despite popular belief, the installation of your car breathalyzer will not damage your car, or drain the car battery. It is important to keep in mind that, if the vehicle starts with a remote engine or is a smart start, it will be disconnected when the interlock device is installed.
What We Need prior to Installation Appointment:
- State Issued Driver’s License or Identification Card
- Vehicle registration information including VIN and license plate number
- Court and/or DMV papers with case number, court address, judge, attorney, county
- Debit/Credit card
At Low Cost Interlock, we make sure that the entire ignition interlock installation goes smoothly – from scheduling an installation to the eventual removal of the IID. Our LCI team and partnered service providers are dedicated to address your concerns at every step of the way.
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What is an Ignition Car Breath Kit Ignition Interlock Device?
Most people are required to install an ignition interlock device after a DWI DUI, DWI alcohol driving conviction. Auto/Car ignition interlocks reduce repeat offenses for driving while intoxicated (DWI–DUI) by about 70% while they are in operation. All states have implemented car ignition interlock programs to manage interlock issues and monitor DWI-DUI alcohol offenders who are required or eligible to have them installed. Despite these laws and programs, only about one-fifth of those arrested for DWI DUI have interlocks in their vehicle installed. Voluntary alcohol monitoring options are also available to help guarantee sober driving. An ignition interlock device often referred to as a car breathalyzer, is a small, hand-held breathalyzer that is installed in your car. The device has a mouthpiece that you will blow into before starting your car. With a clean breath sample, you’ll immediately be able to start your car. A car/autoignition interlock device or breath alcohol ignition interlock device (IID or BAIID) is a breathalyzer for an individual’s motor vehicle. It requires the driver to blow into a mouthpiece on the device before starting or continuing to operate the vehicle. If the resultant breath-alcohol concentration analyzed result is greater than the preset programmed blood alcohol concentration (which varies between countries), the device prevents the engine from being started. The interlock device is located inside the car/auto, near the driver’s seat, and is directly connected to the engine’s ignition system. It is a form of electronic monitoring. A car/auto ignition interlock interrupts the signal from the ignition to the starter until a valid breath sample is provided that meets maximal alcohol guidelines in that state. At that point, the vehicle can be started as normal. A breath sample is not required to start the vehicle if the engine has been running within a time-out period, to allow quick re-starts in case the vehicle stalls. At random times after the engine has been started, the IID will require another breath sample, referred to as a rolling retest. The purpose of the rolling retest is to prevent someone other than the driver from providing a breath sample. If the breath sample isn’t provided, or the sample exceeds the ignition interlock’s preset blood alcohol level, the device will log the event, warn the driver, and then start up an alarm in accordance to state regulations (e.g., lights flashing, horn honking) until the ignition is turned off, or a clean breath sample has been provided. A common misconception is that interlock devices will simply turn off the engine if alcohol is detected; this would, however, create an unsafe driving situation and expose interlock manufacturers to considerable liability, which is why ignition interlock devices do not have an automatic engine shut off feature.
Interlock’s specialists are ready to answer your questions and help you through the process, one step at a time. It takes less than 10minutes. Because of their exclusive partnership, you may be eligible for a free Interlock ignition interlock installation. Call (833) 382-0392 or click here to get started now.
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The first performance-based car interlocks were developed by Borg-Warner Corp. (now BorgWarner, Inc.), in 1969. In 1981, Jeffrey Feit, a student in New Jersey, placed in a statewide innovation contest with a primitive schematic of a breathalyzer based interlock device. In 1983, Hans Doran, a student in Limerick, presented a working prototype at the Young Scientist competition in Dublin. Alcohol-sensing devices became the standard through the 1980s. They employed semiconductor (nonspecific) alcohol sensors. Semiconductor-type (Taguchi) interlocks were sturdy and got the field moving, but did not hold calibration very well, were sensitive to altitude variation, and reacted positively to non-alcohol sources. Commercialization and more widespread adoption of the device was delayed pending improvement of systems for preventing circumvention. By the early 1990s, the industry began to produce “second generation” interlocks with reliable and accurate fuel cell sensors. All current ignition interlocks are required to meet the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) standards.
Why Choose Interlock?
The easiest device.
They provide an industry-leading ignition interlock device that is easy to use with its simple blow pattern and one button keypad. When you compare Interlock to other ignition interlock devices in the market, it’s easy to see why it’s a top choice among customers, state administrators, attorneys, and more.
The most convenient locations for all Residents. Interlock has more locations as any other provider. In fact, there is a location within 15 miles of over 91% of their customers. Their installers are professional, trained, and certified. The same or next-day installation is available in most areas.
Call (833) 382-0392 or click here to find an installation and service location near you. 24/7/365 support from bi-lingual state-specific experts.
Many Interlock Ignition Interlock representatives have been in your shoes. They understand that this can happen to anyone and are here to help you. They are your partner through the process and can educate you on state ignition interlock device laws and regulations. Plus, you can easily manage your account, check calibration and billing dates, make payments, and more from the free Interlock Mobile App.
Affordable pricing with flexible payment options. Ignition interlock devices are leased (or rented), not purchased. The cost of your individual monthly lease payment will depend on several factors. On average, Interlock devices cost around $2.50 a day. Voluntary customers are eligible for a substantial discount. Interlock’s pricing is affordable and provides the best value to customers. Interlock allows for either monthly or bi-weekly payment options to help you manage the costs associated with ignition interlock devices. Some states offer discounts or financial assistance for ignition interlock devices or installation. Call (833) 382-0392 or click here to get a free quote now.
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Interlock has been in business for over 30 years and is an industry-leading provider of ignition interlock devices serving more than 150,000 customers annually. Interlock has more 5-star reviews on Trust Pilot than any other ignition interlock provider, and they are the only interlock company to never be decertified or suspended from a state due to compliance violations. Their ignition interlock devices meet state requirements in 46 states across the nation, and our alcohol monitoring products are used in all 50 states.
Call now and ask for the Free Installation rebate, which will provide an account credit of up to $100 for the cost of your installation. Call for full offer details: (833) 382-0392
What is an Ignition Car Breath Kit Ignition Interlock Device?
An ignition interlock device (or IID) is a breathalyzer installed in a vehicle that prevents driving under the influence of alcohol by disabling the vehicle if the driver’s blood alcohol content (BAC) is above the state-mandated threshold.
Why Choose Interlock?
THE EASIEST DEVICE.
•One-button activation, easy-to-read LED display, fast warm-up time, ability to program in English or Spanish, and easy blow patterns with no humming required
•Accurate and reliable technology
THE MOST CONVENIENT LOCATIONS.
•Get installed quickly: same and/or next-day installation available in most states
•3,500+ locations nationwide
•More than 90% of customers live within 15 minutes of a service center
•Service centers have state-certified technicians to ensure proper installations
•24/7/365 customer support by bi-lingual, state-specific experts
•Free Interlock Mobile App to easily manage the account, payments, and calibrations
•Flexible payment options and an easy to understand pricing model
•On average, Interlock devices cost around $2.50 a day
AN INDUSTRY LEADER.
•Interlock has been in business for over 30 years
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•Top-rated: more than 18,000 5-star ratings on Trustpilot
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