Indiana Ignition Interlock Device Questions

Once you are charged in Indiana, your attorney may put you on the ignition interlock program, asking you to install an Ignition Interlock Device (IID) before court so that you can keep driving legally and to show proactive stance when you go to court.

Once you have scheduled your Ignition Interlock Device installation with Smart Start, you will need to bring the following to your installation appointment:

  1. Photo identification
  2. Vehicle registration
  3. Any registration and court documents relevant to your case

Once your Ignition Interlock Device (IID) is installed, you will need to bring receipt of installation back to your State authority.

Smart Start is a certified Ignition Interlock Device (IID) provider in the state of Indiana, so you can rest assured that Smart Start’s Ignition Interlock Devices (IIDs) are compliant with your program in Indiana.  Smart Start’s devices are also tested to meet the standards set by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

If you violate in the state of Indiana, your Ignition Interlock Device (IID) will go into a lockout mode, and your violation will be reported to your State authority.  Your State authority will determine any further consequences.

Indiana law states that your Ignition Interlock Device (IID) needs to be serviced once a month.

As far as Indiana statute is concerned, there are no differences in consequences for a first and second DUI.  However, your attorney will be able to indicate any circumstances that pertain to your specific situation.

In order to remove your Ignition Interlock Device (IID) in the state of Indiana, you will need your Ignition Interlock Device, court-authorized removal documents, and your final payment for Smart Start.

If you have an Ignition Interlock Device requirement, but you don’t own a vehicle, Smart Start offers the option for a portable alcohol-monitoring device, the IN-HOM™ SMART Mobile™.

Indiana law states that you only need the Ignition Interlock Device (IID) installed on all of the vehicles you will be driving during your sentence.

Indiana law allows you to service your Ignition Interlock Device (IID) at any Smart Start service center nationwide.

In the state of Indiana, a breath sample that indicates a BAC above .03 constitutes a violation.

To install a breath alcohol Ignition Interlock Device on your vehicle or a family member’s vehicle voluntarily, click the chat window below, fill out our online form, or call Smart Start at 800.831.3299 to speak with one of our customer care advocates and schedule a voluntary installation appointment.  Make sure you let your customer care advocate know that you will not have a permit number or case number.

The courts and the state of Indiana will let you know if you need additional features like a camera or GPS installed with your Ignition Interlock Device (IID).

In the state of Indiana, you can install the Ignition Interlock Device (IID) as soon as you are ordered to do so.

No, the camera only takes a picture during your breath tests.  There is no live video feed.

In the state of Indiana, your lawyer and/or your probation officer will act as your State authority.

All Indiana requirements for an Ignition Interlock Device (IID) are set by the state, and all state-approved Ignition Interlock Device providers offer devices that meet state requirements.  Smart Start is an approved, certified Ignition Interlock Device provider in the state of Indiana.

You can pay for calibration at the service center at the time of service by cash or credit card.

Smart Start automatically sends a record of your service appointments to your State authority on your behalf at no additional cost to you.

No, Smart Start’s Ignition Interlock Device (IID) will not hurt your vehicle in any way.

Motorcycle Ignition Interlock installation laws differ by state. Smart Start operates throughout the U.S. as a certified manufacturer and will work harder than other companies to provide you a seamless Interlock program that still follows your case requirements in the state of Indiana. Please call our Customer Care Center at 800-831-3299 if you have any questions.

Yes, your Ignition Interlock Device is connected to your horn and lights in the state of Indiana, but that connection will not harm your vehicle.