Ignition Interlocks Help Reduce Drunk Driving Events

In recent years, study after study has proven that ignition interlock devices (IIDs) prevent drunk driving events. They also have proven that when an IID is installed in a vehicle, the likelihood of repeat offenses is reduced by 50 to 90%.

Research has shown the following:

Recent studies show:

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Every situation and state is unique, please consult with your attorney or your state licensing authority to confirm your requirements and obligations.

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California DMV Study of Four-County Ignition Interlock Pilot Program, June 2016.
Kaufman, University of Pennsylvania, “Impact of State Ignition Interlock Laws on Alcohol-Involved Crash Deaths in the United States,” March 2016.
NHTSA, “Case Study of Ignition Interlock Programs”, p. 13, April 2012.

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