California Ignition Interlock Device Requirements
How do I avoid installing an Ignition Interlock Device?Many states throughout the United States, including California, have created new punishments and penalties to reduce the incidence of drunk driving in their states. One of the most common methods is to require drivers to install an ignition interlock device, which requires the driver to provide a breathing sample before they can operate their motorized vehicle.
The Ignition Interlock Device will require you, the driver to blow into the mouthpiece. The device will analyze your BAC or blood alcohol concentration level and if it is above the predetermined limit the car will not start. If your BAC is below the allowable BAC limit the car will start.