In Ohio, law enforcement will charge you with OVI (operating a vehicle under the influence) if they find you have a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher. And if you’re under 21, you could … Read More »
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The ALCOLOCK blog exists to help you stay up to date on all things IID. That includes keeping you up to date on our company, what we’re working on, instructional content on how to use our products, events we think you’d be interested in, regulatory updates, and more. There’s a lot of information out there in the ignition interlock world, and we’re committed to providing you with as much information as we can in a format that’s easy to understand.
At ALCOLOCK, we pride ourselves on being industry leaders. But we also realize that we have a responsibility to back our reputation by providing solutions, information, and value to those we serve at every stage of the process. The Shop Blog exists to inform you on all manner of DUI, ignition interlock, corporate, and road safety matters. Whether it’s an event we think you and your team would benefit from, updates on new regulations, trending news in the industry, or instructional content for our end users, there’s something for everyone on the Shop Blog.
Our aim is to provide you with the information you need to be empowered and serve your community and team to the best of your ability. However, should you ever have any questions, feel free to let us know. We’d be happy to help you obtain the information you need.
Drunk Driving Statistics in New York
The state of New York takes traffic safety seriously. That’s especially true when it comes to impaired drivers. The New York State Highway Safety Program aims to decrease the number of alcohol-involved traffic fatalities and … Read More »
Florida MADD Is Pushing for IIDs for All First Time DUI Offenders
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is on a mission to eliminate drunk driving in the United States. MADD’s top legislative priority is to get all 50 states to require ignition interlock devices (IIDs) for all … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics in Pennsylvania
Drunk driving is on the rise in Pennsylvania. According to the Pennsylvania DUI Association, there were 10,346 alcohol-related crashes in 2017 compared to 10,256 in 2016. While drunk driving crashes are increasing, drunk driving fatalities … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics in Illinois
Since Illinois implemented drunk driving laws in 1997, the number of drunk driving fatalities each year has decreased by nearly 43%. In 1996, the year before the .08 law took effect, 534 people died in … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics In Montana
Montana is not as populous as many states, but it has a higher rate than most states for the number of deaths caused by impaired drivers per vehicle mile traveled. According to the Montana Department … Read More »
Ignition Interlocks and Other Strategies from the CDC to Reduce or Prevent Drunk Driving
Drunk driving is a real problem in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control Fact Sheet on Drunk Drivin says that every 50 minutes, someone in the United States dies as the result of … Read More »
States with the Drunkest Driving Problems
Drunk driving is a problem nationwide, but some states have more drunk driving problems than others. Several governmental and non-profit organizations make it their business to track drunk driving deaths, drunk driving arrests, and more. … Read More »
Drunk Driving Statistics In Arizona from the CDC
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Sobering Facts report on drunk driving in Arizona, 1.7% of Arizona drivers reported driving after having too much to drink. That’s compared to 1.9% of drivers nationally. … Read More »
Analysis of the CDC’s Keys for Strong State Ignition Interlock Device Programs
Ignition interlock devices (IIDs) have a great track record when it comes to preventing drunk driving. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), IIDs reduce repeat offenses for drunk driving by nearly 70% while … Read More »