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We offer ignition interlock device installation in Michigan and other states. Search below to find your closest Nationwide ignition interlock / Car Breathalyzer installers in Michigan.
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Helping Michigan Residents Regain Their Driving Privileges After A DUI
Drunk driving is a serious offense that can have devastating consequences for both the driver and those around them. While there are many steps involved in getting back on the road after a DUI, Nationwide Interlock provides customers in Michigan an effective way to regain their driving privileges with our state of the art and easy to use interlock devices.
Call now— there’s likely an installer near you.
Need An Interlock Device For A Michigan DUI?
If you have been convicted of a DUI in Michigan, you may be required to install an ignition interlock device (IID) on your vehicle. An IID is a breathalyzer that prevents your car from starting if it detects alcohol on your breath. This requirement is in addition to any other penalties you may face, such as a driver’s license suspension.
Nationwide Interlock is a company that provides IIDs to drivers who are required to have one and is the top provider of IIDs approved by the state of Michigan.
If you are required to install an IID, you will need to go through the following process:
- Schedule an appointment with Nationwide Interlock to have the device installed in your vehicle. You can do this online or by calling 866-694-6099 and we will help you find a local provider.
- Go to your appointment and have the device installed in your vehicle. The installation process takes about an hour.
- Once the device is installed, you will be able to start your vehicle and begin driving again. However, you will need to blow into the device before starting your car each time you get behind the wheel.
- You will also need to schedule regular maintenance appointments with Nationwide Interlock in order to keep the device working properly.
- After successfully completing the requirements of the court order, you can have the device removed.
How Does an Interlock Device Work In Michigan?
An interlock device is a small, hand-held breathalyzer that is connected to a vehicle’s ignition system. A driver must blow into the device before the car will start. If the device detects alcohol on the driver’s breath, the car will not start.
Interlock devices are usually required for drivers who have been convicted of driving under the influence (DUI). They are often used as part of a Michigan DUI offender’s sentence or as a condition of reinstating a driver’s license after a DUI conviction.
Interlock devices are designed to prevent drunk driving by making it impossible for a drunk driver to start a car. They can also be used to monitor an offender’s compliance with their sentence or probationary conditions.
For example, if an offender is required to abstain from drinking alcohol, they may be required to blow into the device at random intervals while driving. If the device detects alcohol, it will record the event and report it to the authorities.
Michigan Laws Regarding Interlock Devices
In Michigan, it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. If you are caught driving drunk, you will be arrested and may be required to install an ignition interlock device (IID) in your car.
An IID is a small breathalyzer that is attached to your car’s ignition system. Before you can start your car, you must blow into the IID and register a blood alcohol content (BAC) below the legal limit. If your BAC is over the limit, your car will not start.
IIDs are typically required for drivers who have been convicted of multiple DUI offenses or who have had a high BAC at the time of their arrest. However, judges have some discretion in sentencing and can likely require an IID for first-time offenders if they feel it is warranted.
If you are ordered to install an IID in your car, you will be responsible for all costs associated with the device, including installation, calibration, and removal. You will also be required to participate in regular monitoring of the device by law enforcement officials.
Drivers who fail to comply with the requirements of their IID sentence may face additional penalties, including jail time, loss of driving privileges, and increased fines.
Regain Your Driving Privileges in Michigan with Nationwide Interlock
Nationwide Interlock is helping Michigan residents regain their driving privileges after a DUI, so that you can live life the way you want to. We provided an easy-to-use service with experienced and knowledgeable technicians who will help you every step of the way in getting your ignition interlock device installed.
With Nationwide Interlock, you can rest assured knowing that you’re taking all the necessary steps towards regaining your driving privileges and returning to normalcy after a DUI conviction.
Give us a call today at 866-694-6099 and we can help you get back on the road.
Michigan Ignition Interlock Locations
If you don’t see a city close to you, please call us so we can verify by your location. We add new ignition interlock installation locations in Michigan often, and there may be a new facility near you.
Nationwide's Ignition Interlock Resources for Our Michigan Customers
We know your time is valuable, so we have collected some resources to provide you with helpful information in your state. Read information about IIDs (commonly known as the Car Breathalyzer) and the laws and programs within the state of Michigan.
Nationwide Interlock is an authorized Draeger Ignition Interlock Device Service Provider in Michigan and other states. If you want the most effective and reputable Car Breathalyzer in Michigan, a Draeger device should be your first choice.