SERIES: What do I need to take to my Interlock Device installation?

Smart Start Interlock Device Installation Center

You just confirmed your scheduled Interlock Device installation appointment at your nearest Smart Start service center, so you are on the right track to getting back on the road again.

But what do you need to take with you to your installation appointment?

Bringing the right materials with you to your Interlock Device install appointment is very important, and can save you a headache if you do not bring the right items.

This blog series will help you figure out what to take to your appointment, whether you are on the East or West Coast. In each blog series, we will break the topics down and group different regions together, as each state’s requirements are different.

To get started, we’ll go over a general guide to prep yourself for your installation day.

You should bring the following items to your appointment, wherever you are in the U.S.:

  • Any case paperwork you received
  • Your proof of residence
  • Photo ID
  • Car insurance forms
  • Vehicle registration papers

Additional Tips

Remember, you can always ask one of our customer care representatives what you need to bring, as well. Our customer care center is 24/7/365, so we will be able to answer your questions at any time, even during weekends and holidays.

Your installation appointment will usually only take up to an hour. Smart Start recommends blocking off at least two hours, since some vehicles may require a longer period to install the Device. We also understand the significance of working with your vehicle – rest assured that our service technicians will take utmost care while installing the Interlock Device.

Need more information? We have state-by-state FAQ’s on Interlock Device regulations and forms you may need in your area.

Installation Day Series

Part 1 – a general guide on what to bring for your Interlock install day

Part 2 install series by state – Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia

Part 3 install series by state – Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Delaware, and Maryland

Part 4 install series by state – South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Mississippi, Minnesota, Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana

Part 5 install series by state – Texas, Oklahoma, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Alaska and Idaho

Part 6 install series by state  – Hawaii, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington

Need to make an Interlock Device installation appointment? Call Smart Start today at 800-831-3299, or fill out our quick and simple online form.