What is ignition interlock?
An Ignition Interlock Device measures a driver’s breath alcohol content (BAC) and is installed in automobiles to prevent drunk driving. The breath alcohol ignition interlock device (BAIID) requires the driver to pass a breath test prior to starting their automobile. Drivers are required to take random tests, commonly referred to as a rolling re test, while operating their automobile. These tests are required by the State of Michigan or your specific court.
Our BAIID Program
Each Ignition Interlock Device is installed by a certified technician. The installation takes approximately one hour and includes training on operating your device. We then provide you with an installation certificate required by the State of Michigan or your court. The client is then required to have their device downloaded or calibrated within 30 or 60 days, depending on who is requesting this information. This process takes approximately 10 minutes. Finally, the client, upon completion of their program, will have the device removed. This process takes approximately 20 minutes.