Intoxalock, an alcohol monitoring and ignition interlock
device provider in the United States, has introduced an innovative new mobile app for current customers on May 16, 2019.
If Maras gets his driver's license reinstated, he must have an ignition interlock
for five years, according to the report.
As for drunk driving offenders who are instructed to install "breath alcohol ignition interlock
devices" but fail to do, they will be subject to a fine of NT$6,000-NT$12,000.
Ann Rest, DFL-New Hope) clarifies in statute how a month is defined for the ignition interlock
ANNAPOLIS Accused drunk drivers who are not convicted but receive probation before judgment in a Maryland court would be required to use ignition interlock
devices for six months under coming legislation.
Driving Under the Influence - Ignition Interlock
Device (SB 1046, Hill): The law mandates repeat offenders for driving under the influence and first DUI offenders whose violations resulted in injury to install an ignition interlock
device for a period ranging from 12 to 48 months.
Lithuanian Transport Minister Rokas Masiulis says that the ministry considers making it mandatory to install ignition interlock
devices in rental cars and publicly naming people caught driving drunk after several fatal accidents caused by drunk drivers.
17 January 2018 - US-based automotive electronics company Directed has acquired breathalyzer-based ignition interlock
device provider Alcohol Detection Systems, the company said.
Devices (IID) have proven to be powerful when it comes to fighting DUIs.
The Model Guideline for State Ignition Interlock
Programs notes that "State ignition interlock
programs include partners in law enforcement, state highway safety offices, prosecutors, judiciary, driver licensing agencies, probation, manufacturers, and treatment (p.2)." (10) It's time to add state foster care programs to that list.
Founded in 1992, Intoxalock is a leading provider of ignition interlock
devices, which are breathalyzer units installed in a DUI offender's vehicle as part of their sentence as required by a number of states.