The lease of an Ignition Interlock is your best choice when you are court or state-required to install one. Buying an Interlock may seem easier, but in reality, it could incur more costly issues against you.
For example, you could face more costs if the Interlock gets damaged or stolen outside of a warranty. The lease option also protects you if the Device malfunctions.
You do, however, have the choice in picking the right Ignition Interlock provider for you.
Choose a Certified Ignition Interlock Provider
You’ll want to make sure that the provider you choose is certified in the state where you will use your Interlock. The right Ignition Interlock provider will lease their product to you. This means you won’t have to worry about long-term contracts.
Smart Start, for example, is a nationwide leader that operates in 46 states. When your vendor is fully compliant with the states they operate in, you will have a smooth-sailing Interlock program. In fact, you could receive more consequences from your court or state office if you are using a non-compliant Ignition Interlock.
Voluntary Ignition Interlocks
If you are looking for an Ignition Interlock to use of your own accord, buying one is an option. However, you still do not really know the accuracy of the Interlock or the type of customer service you’ll receive with vendors who are not state-certified. Be careful and conduct the proper research – leasing an Ignition Interlock by a state-approved vendor is still in your best interest.
Need to know more about Ignition Interlock pricing? We also wrote about the cost of an Ignition Interlock so our clients know what to expect upfront.
Need an Ignition Interlock? Smart Start can provide you a quote and set up an installation appointment at your nearest service location. Call our 24/7/365 Customer Care Center at 800-831-3299 or fill out our online form.
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