What is the Ignition Interlock Device?
The Ignition Interlock Device is a device installed in a driver’s vehicle which requires a driver to blow into the interlock device. If there is no alcohol registered in the equipment, the car will start. However, if any alcohol is detected, the vehicle will not start. Ignition Interlock can be required by either the MVA or the Court.
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