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An ignition interlock is a device which is installed in a vehicle that measures the level of alcohol in your breath and prohibits the start of the vehicle if a level of alcohol is detected above your state requirements.
The ignition interlock requires a driver to provide a breath sample into the unit before starting the vehicle. If the breath sample meets the state set alcohol requirement, the vehicle can be started. If an alcohol level is detected above the State set alcohol level, the vehicle will not start. Periodic retests are also required once the vehicle has been started to ensure the driver stays within the State set requirements.
Yes. Depending on your restriction, the device will need to be serviced every 30, 60 or 90 days. Certain state requirements allow the service to be done by our mail-in exchange program. Please contact ADS directly at (888) 786-7384 to determine your specific state requirements.
An ignition interlock must be installed by a certified installer. Please contact ADS directly at (888) 786-7384 and one of our representatives will assist you in scheduling an appointment with one of our certified installation centers.
Yes; however, anyone attempting to start the vehicle will need to provide a breath sample in order to start the vehicle. Any violations will be recorded on the convicted driver’s log and will be reported to the monitoring state agency.
Once the vehicle has been started, random rolling retests are requested. If you are prompted to provide a rolling retest sample, this is done the same way the sample was provided to start the vehicle. Ample time is given so that if you wish, you may pull the vehicle over to the side of the road to provide the rolling retest sample.
No, however, there are substances that contain alcohol. For example, some mouthwashes, toothpastes, cold medicines, etc. may contain alcohol that can be detected by the ignition interlock device. It is recommended that you rinse your mouth prior to providing a sample and avoid using products containing alcohol before providing a sample into the device.
A lockout is a state mandated function of the device that prevents you from starting your vehicle. Lockouts can occur when the device detects alcohol above the state limit, blowing too many positive alcohol samples, failing to submit a breath sample, or tampering with the system. Lockout requirements are mandated by the reporting agency or state.
In the states that qualify, you may be able to receive free standard installation on your ignition interlock device. The states in which we can currently offer free standard installation are California, Kansas, Massachusetts, Nevada and Oregon. You will receive an account credit back on your first monthly statement for the cost of your installation up to $100. Qualifications and lease length minimum may vary per state and are considered in determining installation rebate eligibility. Speak with an ADS advisor now by calling (888) 786-7384 to get all the details.