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The Cost for Ignition Interlock Devices

A DUI can be costly. You may have to have someone post a bond to get you out of jail, and there will possibly be fines for you to pay. You will also be losing work while you are dealing with your consequences. As a company, we understand that the last thing you want is another major expense added to the cost of lawyers, fines, and getting your car out of impound. Now, you have to pay for a device that you do not want to own just because a judge has told you to do it or, worse yet, give up driving altogether. Therefore, our ignition interlock device cost is affordable, and you will never find hidden fees.

The Purpose of Ignition Interlock Devices

An ignition interlock device (IID) is a breathalyzer that is installed in your vehicle. It is designed to measure the level of alcohol in your breath. Just because you think you “feel fine” and you can drive safely, it is never okay to get behind the wheel, even after one drink. Police officers are trained to spot not only impaired drivers but also mechanical violations like a broken taillight or an expired inspection sticker. Once an officer finds you are impaired, you could be arrested and charged with a drunk driving offense; even if you are below the legal limit. You may be embarrassed as your friends, family, and even your employer could find out about your DUI. At RoadGuard Interlock, we understand that this is a trying time and we strive to provide you with an affordable solution so you can get through your ignition interlock requirement and get you back on the road.

In 2016, the average was 29 vehicle accidents a day involving someone driving under the influence of alcohol and nearly 10,500 people died as a result of those crashes in a single year. Therefore, even a first offense DUI can have some major consequences. These consequences of DUI charges are in place so drivers will not continue to make the same mistakes, paving the way for safer roads around the country. Admittedly, it may be annoying, but it’s ultimately to protect you, your family, and others who may be on the road with you. An ignition interlock will often be encouraged or ordered if you have had your license suspended after a DUI.

Not all ignition interlock devices are the same. RoadGuard Interlock devices are reliable, discreet, and easy to use. To use, you blow into the attached mouthpiece to test your Breath Alcohol Concentration (BrAC). If your alcohol concentration exceeds the legal limit, the device will temporarily prevent your vehicle from starting. It is your guarantee that no other legal issues will come your way because of a DUI offense. If you receive violations while your vehicle is equipped with the ignition interlock device, your requirement period could be extended among other penalties as determined by your state. Your only guarantee is that no other legal issues due to drunk driving will come your way as long as you never get behind the wheel if you have consumed alcohol. Drink responsibly, choose a designated driver, use a ridesharing service, or call a taxi to get home safely. Better yet, who says you have to drink to enjoy a night out with friends? There are at least 50 fun things to do that do not require alcohol.

The Most Affordable Solutions for You

At RoadGuard Interlock, we do our best to offer interlock devices at the most reasonable price we can for those who have to have one. However, because each state is unique in its rules, our prices are also dependent on each state. We install the device, handle reporting, maintenance, and service without ever charging you more than you agree to. Simply find ignition interlock installation locations near you and contact us to talk about our accurate, easy-to-use, and affordable devices.


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