Some alcohol monitoring clients need an ignition interlock device (IID), sometimes called a vehicle breathalyzer—but is the size of an IID important? For community corrections departments or supervision agencies that offer, or are considering offering interlock devices, size does matter. When comparing different IIDs on the market, LifeSafer® ignition interlock devices are smaller and more discreet and provide reliable BrAC readings.
Ignition Interlock Devices
The focus of any court-mandated ignition interlock program is to keep participants, their families, and their communities safe. Statistics show that having an ignition interlock device (IID) installed in a vehicle greatly reduces the rate of alcohol-related crashes and fatalities. Successful mandated and voluntary program completion also promotes client recovery.