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Nevada’s Best Ignition Interlock
Join the over 1.5 million customers that have saved time and money with LifeSafer.
- Guaranteed Same Day Installation or Your First Month Free
- The Only Fully Online Enrollment with No-Call Install™
- Less Than 5 Minutes to Schedule Online
- The Smallest Device on the Market
- The Easiest to Use Device on the Market
*Same Day Installation where available, Not applicable with other offers.
Get Back On The Road Quickly
LifeSafer has been the best ignition interlock provider in Nevada for over 30 years. We offer the most affordable pricing in the state. We save you time and money with our Online Scheduling tool No-Call Install™, the only fully online enrollment process on the market. Need Same Day Installation? LifeSafer is the only interlock provider that gives you guaranteed same day installation or your first month is free. Get back on the road today!
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Nevada Interlock Process
How do I get an interlock license?
1.) Determine Eligibility
If your license is revoked based on a DUI or failure to submit to testing, you may reinstate your driving privilege before the end of the revocation period by installing an ignition interlock device on any vehicle you operate.
2.) Obtain Insurance and Pay Fees
You must present a Certificate of Compliance in person at a DMV office and follow any other reinstatement procedures as well. Requirements may include written testing, SR-22 insurance (which you can obtain from your insurance company), and payment of reinstatement fees.
3.) Install An Ignition Interlock
Call LifeSafer at 800-634-3077 to schedule your ignition interlock installation by phone. You can also schedule an appointment online here.
4.) Find Specific Requirements Online
To find out what your specific requirements for reinstatement are, contact the Nevada DMV through their website or by calling or visiting a location.