Typically an interlock program costs $2.50-$3.50 a day.
Basic costs include the installation, the lease of the device, any mandatory state fees and the cost to calibrate the device and share the data with your state monitoring authority on a regular basis.
As the person required to install an ignition interlock, you must pay all costs associated with the ignition interlock. Some states have set up programs to assist low income clients with the cost of an interlock. Although the cost will vary according to state, MADD estimates it costs approximately $70 to $150 to install and around $60 to $80 per month for device monitoring and calibration. The Centers for Disease Control cites average costs in 2006 of about $175 to install an interlock and $2.25 per day while the interlock is installed. Costs have increased in the fourteen years since that study, but according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics consumer price index, today’s prices in 2020 are 27.47% higher than average prices since 2006, meaning the average lease cost of an interlock has kept pace with the inflating costs of other products.
LifeSafer strives to keep our costs on the low end of of that scale, and offers free installation in all states that allow it. Ready to find out more about the cost of an interlock in your state? Call us now.
We know you want the best interlock experience at the best price. Finding a cheap interlock is only one consideration, though. The fact is that all providers must follow interlock device (IID) specifications set by your state. How much you will pay for an ignition interlock device depends on where you live and which provider you choose.
LifeSafer Ignition Interlock devices are affordable interlocks for everyone. Our locations and price make us the choice for tens of thousands of drivers, and we think we have the best interlock on the market. Our competition, such as Intoxalock and Smart Start Ignition Interlock, may charge you a fee before they will set an appointment. That fee is non-refundable, even if you never install their device. At LifeSafer, we don’t do that. We explain all the fees and charges for an interlock installation on the phone without collecting any money until your device is successfully installed.
Our low-cost interlock is only the start. The value and difference come from how easy the device is to use, the service and support you are provided, and the accuracy and timeliness of the reports that are delivered to your state. LifeSafer excels on all these points.
When you consider interlock providers, make sure you check national locations, ease of use (including the size of the handset), customer support and additional fees. At LifeSafer, we believe in providing premium customer service and reliable, discreet, affordable ignition interlock devices.
Because each state has its own regulations, requirements, and programs vary, the best way to price your interlock is to call us. We’ll offer you the lowest price possible. Make sure to mention any coupons or offers that you have. The price we offer is the price you pay — no surprises.
LifeSafer’s customer support agents specialize by state so they are familiar with the steps you’ll need to recover your license and work closely with the shops who service your product. Our team will make sure you understand clearly what the process and cost are to install, maintain and remove your ignition interlock.
Be prepared with basic information when you call as all providers should ask you for certain details (like VIN number, driver’s license number) to make sure they are giving you information specific to your situation.
Some states offer financial assistance for those who need help in paying for their interlock program. The easiest way to find out if you qualify is to call LifeSafer state experts at 800-634-3077.
Free Installation On All Vehicles (not valid in West Virginia)
Be aware there are a few parts to the price of an interlock program. LifeSafer never charges additional installation fees for newer vehicles, push-starts or hybrids.