Every ignition interlock provider has a list of specific requirements they must follow in order to legally install ignition interlock devices, including but not limited to annual application paperwork and fees, proof of insurance and all necessary business licenses.
Certified shops are also required to have a certified technician onsite. And there are inspection processes each state adheres to for ignition interlock providers. There are technological and service standards that all providers are required to maintain and certifications they are required to keep up with. A provider that “guarantees” that their device is certified is no different than other providers across the state, since every provider installing these devices are all required by law to maintain the same level of certification. Otherwise they are not approved to install the devices.
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