How important is it that your ignition interlock provider be bonded and insured? A provider that’s not may create a lot of problems that could be avoided by using someone who is. There are several circumstances that could arise from using a provider who has no insurance. If they damage your vehicle during the installation of your device, there is no accountability for them or their work, and who pays to have it repaired? You do, of course.

Shops that don’t carry insurance may appear to be more affordable initially. However, in the long run, you will likely be responsible for paying for any mistakes they make while working with your vehicle, and any fees that go along with a faulty installation.