Ignition Interlock Installation | Arizona

      What is Ignition Interlock Installation?

      Ignition interlock installation is the process by which you have an IID device, or ignition interlock device, installed in your vehicle. These devices help to prevent drunk driving. They also help to restore some freedoms back to you while you serve our license suspension and/or probation periods after a DUI or DWI conviction. The IID is attached to your ignition and won’t start unless you take and pass a BAC test, otherwise known as a breathalyzer. Typically, you must have the ignition interlock installation completed on any car you’re going to drive during the period under which your driving privileges are restricted.

      Arizona Laws Regarding Ignition Interlock Installation

      In Arizona, ignition interlock installation is mandated via a court order. Since Arizona requires you to have an IID installed even on first offense, it’s important to get the installation as soon as possible after you receive the order. In a few programs, your participation in the ignition interlock program is voluntary in exchange for the recuperation of some of your driving privileges. In either case, Arizona law requires you to have the installation completed by state-approved vendors, and you must use, maintain, and schedule regular upkeep on your device until such time as your license is no longer restricted.

      Where to Have Ignition Interlock Installation Completed in Arizona

      It’s critical that you only have your IID device installed by a state-approved vendor in Arizona who can follow the court order, monitor your progress, submit reports, provide training and routine maintenance, and remove your device when the time comes.

      What to Expect at an Ignition Interlock Installation in Arizona

      Your Safe Streets Interlock installation appointment can be made over the phone and scheduled within two days of Safe Streets Interlock receiving verification that you need the device. The appointment will consist of the installation, training, and scheduling your first follow-up maintenance appointment. You’ll have to come in regularly, usually monthly, throughout the period of time during which you are mandated to have the IID installed. Once you have served out your time, we’ll remove the device for you, as well.

      Safe Streets Interlock has many locations across the United States. We’re happy to help you get back on the road – and on the path to success. Take your first step forward by scheduling your ignition interlock installation with one of our approved vendors in Arizona today. The list above can help you choose the Safe Streets Interlock location that’s closest to you.


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