How Do I Switch Ignition Interlock Providers in Oregon?

When you are ordered to install an ignition interlock device (IID) in your car as a result of a DUI conviction, you may feel like you are stuck with the provider that was selected for you. Did you know that you can switch Ignition Interlock Providers in Oregon if you are not happy with your current IID provider?  

In this blog post, we will provide easy instructions and tips on how to switch ignition interlock providers in Oregon. Keep in mind that the process may vary slightly depending on your specific situation. Contact an attorney if you have any questions about switching providers. 

Although each IID provider has its own list of pros and cons, here are three reasons why you might want to consider switching to a new provider.  

First, some providers have more extensive coverage areas than others. If you live in a rural area in Oregon, make sure your provider has service in your area.  

Second, some providers offer better pricing options than others, and many might have hidden or surprise fees. 

Finally, some providers have better customer service than others. LifeSafer has a 4.6 star TrustPilot rating, and prides ourselves in our top-tier customer service. 

If you’re not happy with the service you’re currently receiving, or if you want to explore your options, consider switching providers. LifeSafer can help you every step of the way.  

Taking the necessary steps to get your life back on track can be complicated, but we are here to help. All it takes is three simple steps: 

  1. Contact your current IID provider and let them know you have found a new monitoring agency. 
  1. Schedule the removal of their device. 
  1. Call LifeSafer at 800-634-3077 and talk to our Customer Support Experts who will help you locate a service center nearest you, and get your new LifeSafer IID installed in your car. 

It’s that simple! You will be well on your way to regaining your independence. Give us a call at 800-634-3077 and let us help you take the first step today.