Do you need an Ignition Interlock in Mississippi, but have a lung condition such as asthma that may prevent you from easily completing a breath test? These types of medical conditions can make the Ignition Interlock breath tests harder, but Smart Start will work with you so you can keep driving. Here’s what to do to lower the breath volume of your Ignition interlock in Mississippi.
Lowering Your Ignition Interlock’s Breath Volume in Mississippi
To be eligible for lowering your Smart Start Ignition Interlock’s breath volume, you must go through the following process.
1. First, make sure you talk to either your court or probation officer about your medical condition. They will let you know what you need to provide them, such as a certified doctor’s note explaining your condition. It should also explain why this condition prevents you from easily completing a breath test at your Ignition Interlock’s current set volume.
2. Next, once your court or probation officer approves this paperwork, they will notify Smart Start to lower your Ignition Interlock’s breath volume. They will also let you know if your paperwork has been approved so you can schedule your appointment with Smart Start.
3. At this point, Smart Start will then set-up an installation or service appointment with you to lower your Ignition Interlock’s breath volume. You’ll need to visit one of our service centers to complete this service. Our friendly technicians will lower the breath volume and make sure you can easily complete the test before you leave the service center.
And that’s it! If you have any other questions about your Mississippi Ignition Interlock program, you can always call Smart Start at (800) 831-3299. We are happy to assist you throughout your time with your Ignition Interlock.
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