Ignition Interlock Installation

How to Prepare for Your Ignition Interlock Installation

We want your interlock installation to go smoothly, so you’ll need to prepare in advance for your appointment. Here are a few things you need to know when scheduling your interlock installation.

Do I Need to Do Anything to My Car Ahead of Time?

Your car should be in good working order. This includes the horn, battery, and all electrical systems. If your vehicle needs any repairs, please have them completed before your interlock installation.

What Happens During the Interlock Device Installation Appointment?

Several things happen during your initial appointment. Our service technicians will:

  1. Go through mechanical and electrical vehicle inspection.
  2. Complete your ignition interlock installation.
  3. Complete the administrative paperwork. In some states, we can help you submit your paperwork. Also, you will pay any fees at this appointment.
  4. Provide interlock device training and troubleshooting. Our devices are easy to use, with a simple “blow and suck” method. There’s no complicated humming or other fancy tricks.

We keep it simple so that you can get back on the road. Plus, we will help you understand the state legal requirements for your ignition interlock program.

Lastly, you will schedule your first monitoring check and calibration appointment. You must keep any scheduled appointments with us. If you miss an appointment, your ignition interlock device may lockout, and you will be unable to drive your car. Please contact us right away if you need to reschedule a service appointment.

What Do I Need to Bring to My Interlock Installation?

To prepare for interlock device installation, please bring:

  • Valid photo ID (Driver’s License, Military ID, or Passport)
  • Vehicle registration
  • Any documents about your case (court order)

If your driving privileges have been revoked, you’ll need to have someone drive your car to your appointment.

How Long Does Ignition Interlock Installation Take?

You can expect your first appointment to take anywhere from one to three hours, depending on vehicle type. Our service technicians are thorough. We want to make sure you understand how to use your device. You’ll leave the appointment feeling confident, with all of your questions answered.

Where Can I Find Interlock Device Installation Near Me?

If you have a court order for an interlock ignition, your first thought is likely, “Where can I find interlock device installation near me”?

At RoadGuard Interlock, we know you have your choice of ignition interlock companies. You can count on us to make your interlock installation as painless as possible. We set ourselves apart, offering top quality devices that are easy to use, all via our extensive network of interlock service centers. The odds are good that you’ll find a location near you.

You need your device installed sooner rather than later, so you can stay compliant and keep driving. We want your interlock installation to go smoothly, so you’ll need to prepare in advance for your appointment. Here are a few things you need to know when scheduling your interlock installation.

Why Should I Choose RoadGuard Interlock?

We know you need your car for work, driving your family around, and other obligations. We’re committed to helping you stay compliant and on the road. That’s why our customer service reps are available 24/7 to answer your calls. Day or night, you’ll always have someone on the other end of the line to answer your questions. We value our customers, and you’ll always be treated with respect.

We are one of the few ignition interlock companies that offer roadside assistance. When you choose RoadGuard, you won’t be left stranded.

Schedule an Install Today

If you are looking for an “interlock device installation near me,” call us at 1-833-545-0368 or fill out the form. One of our representatives will get back to you shortly to set up your appointment.

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