Do you need an IID? Do you need to refer a client who requires an IID? Does someone you know have an IID installed in their vehicle and you want to learn more? An ignition interlock device can be the tool that gets you, or a friend or a family member back on the road safely following a DUI/DWI infraction. We want to make sure you are fully informed and supported for the duration of your IID program. With service and call centers across the United States, Alcolock’s team of experts are ready to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your ignition interlock device.
Where Are We?
State to state, coast to coast, we have a network of highly qualified and skilled service and corporate support centers ready to assist you with all your ignition interlock device needs. We have strategically built our service and support network with quality assurance and client care in mind. Each certified service center is backed by a nearby corporate service center staffed with ALCOLOCK trained professionals to ensure all your IID needs are taken care of.
If you don’t know where to start, start here. The idea of the ignition interlock device and accompanying program may seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. With the support of Alcolock’s team of professionals you can be certain you are in the highest quality support and care. Our team is ready to assist you from day one of your IID installation and for the duration of your program. If you, a friend, or family member need to begin the process of installing an ignition interlock device, then call today. Select your state from the list below and one of our team members will begin guiding you through the process and answer any questions you may have. Be sure to select the state you will be having the IID installed so we can direct you to the most convenient location. You can have the installation completed in one location and be monitored from another if that is convenient for you. Your representative can assist you with any jurisdictional questions you may have. For you convenience you can also email the service centers, however for time sensitive matters or state specific information please call the appropriate center.