How Ignition Interlock Devices Work

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 04/17/2020 - 15:24

If you've been convicted of a DUI in Idaho and are required to install and use an ignition interlock device, you probably have plenty of questions. You could be wondering how do they work, where you can get it installed, and where do you even begin? Let's take a look at some of these questions and see how Naylor's Auto Repair can help guide you today.

Do I Need to Maintain My Ignition Interlock Device?

An ignition interlock device has a breathalyzer unit that you must blow into to start your vehicle and also randomly while you are driving. Your ignition interlock will require re-calibration to stay compliant. Naylor's Auto Repair knows calibration and re-calibration well and is available to help you with this process.

Also, it can be challenging to have your car repaired by a mechanic who isn't familiar with an ignition interlock device. You can know that bringing your vehicle to Naylor's Auto Repair is easier with the device, and it won't cost more to do an oil change, routine maintenance, or other repairs with the breathalyzer.

How Does Installation Work?

Naylor's will work with you on the installation of your device, as a certified Intoxalock Ignition Interlock location. The team at Naylor's will install and then remove the device once you've completed the terms of your license restriction or sentence.

Where to Start

You can get your ignition interlock device installed, removed, or re-calibrated at Naylor's Auto Repair, where the team will work with you to set up your device and anything you need.

You can also bring any questions you have to Naylor's to learn more about ignition interlock.