SERIES: What to Bring to Your Interlock Device Installation Appointment, Part 3

Smart Start Technician Training Client on 2030 Interlock Device

Here is part 3 of what you need to bring to your Interlock Device installation appointment. If you do not see your state in this list, read part 2 here for a list of more states, or a general guide here.

Maine

  • Photo ID
  • Vehicle insurance
  • Proof of vehicle ownership

* If you need to use someone else’s vehicle, you’ll need authorization from the owner to have the Interlock Device installed into their vehicle.

New Hampshire

  • Photo ID
  • Vehicle insurance
  • Proof of vehicle ownership

* If you need to use someone else’s vehicle, you’ll need authorization from the owner to have the Interlock Device installed into their vehicle.

Vermont

  • Proof of residency (you can provide a bill for rent or utilities, etc.)
  • Photo ID
  • Vehicle insurance

Rhode Island

  • Photo ID
  • Vehicle registration
  • Current utility bill with your name and address on the bill

* If you need to use someone else’s vehicle, the owner of the vehicle must accompany you to your installation appointment.

Connecticut

  • Proof of residency (bill for rent, utilities, etc.)
  • Photo ID

New Jersey

  • Photo ID
  • Vehicle registration
  • Current utility bill with your name and address on it

* If you need to use someone else’s vehicle, the owner of the vehicle must accompany you to your installation appointment.

New York

  • Photo ID
  • Name and policy number of your vehicle insurance
  • The VIN of all vehicles that you own or routinely drive. Then a statement disclosing the names of all other individuals who operate said vehicles.

* If you need to use someone else’s vehicle, you must provide a notarized affidavit from the registered owner of the vehicle.

Pennsylvania

Massachusetts

  • Two forms of ID
  • Proof of residency

Delaware

  • Proof of vehicle insurance
  • Photo ID
  • Copy of your completed Ignition Interlock Program application
  • Proof of enrollment in a course of instruction and/or rehabilitation as indicated by your court

Maryland

  • Driver’s license or valid license number and date of birth.
  • Vehicle registration
  • Proof of vehicle insurance

In addition to the above requirements for your state, you’ll need to bring payment for installation and any applicable fees.

Smart Start strives for convenience. That’s why, in some states, Smart Start will help you fill out any forms, and will submit necessary paperwork to the state on your behalf.

Ignition Interlock Installation Day Series

Part 1: General Ignition Interlock Installation Day Guide

Part 2: Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia

Part 4:  South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Mississippi, Minnesota, Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana

Part 5:  Texas, Oklahoma, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Alaska and Idaho

Part 6:  Hawaii, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington

Still need to install an Interlock Device? Call Smart Start today at 800-831-3299 or fill in our quick and easy form online.