What happens after I get my DUI?
After you get a DUI in Nevada, you’ll get a citation and a letter to appear in court. You’ll attend your court date. Once you’ve gotten through your sentencing, your judge will order you to install an Ignition Interlock Device (IID). You may also receive a letter from the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) requiring you to install an IID. You will have 30 days after your court date to install the Ignition Interlock Device.
What should I bring back to my monitoring authority after my device is installed?
How do I know if Smart Start’s devices are compliant with my program?
Smart Start is on Nevada’s list of state-approved interlock providers, so you can rest assured that Smart Start’s devices are compliant with your program. Smart Start’s Ignition Interlock Devices also meet the standards set by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
What happens if I violate?
If you violate in the state of Nevada, your monitoring authority will be notified, and your monitoring authority will follow up at his/her/its discretion.
What do I need for removal?
To remove your Ignition Interlock Device (IID) in the state of Nevada, you’ll need to complete the specified time ordered by your monitoring authority (generally 12 months). It is entirely your responsibility to know when to remove the device. You should communicate with your monitoring authority to know your exact date of removal before removing your IID.
What if I have a requirement, but I don’t own a vehicle?
What constitutes a violation in my state?
In the state of Nevada, any and all of the following may constitute a violation:
- Skipping a rolling retest
- Taking a test in which alcohol is detectedment
What do I need to do to install voluntarily?
To install an Ignition Interlock Device (IID) 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 to bring 2 forms of photo ID and your vehicle registration to your appointment.
How do I know if I need a camera/GPS/etc.?
If your monitoring authority requires additional features, he/she/it will let you know. You will want to ask your monitoring authority to be sure you don’t need additional features. Make sure to relay any additional requirements to Smart Start at time of scheduling and Ignition Interlock Device installation to make sure you will be compliant.
Does the camera watch me all the time?
No; it only takes pictures of your actual tests. There is no live video feed.
How do I know what my state requires in an Ignition Interlock Device?
You can trust that every ignition interlock provider on the Nevada DMV’s approved list will offer compliant devices. Because Smart Start is on the list of approved Ignition Interlock Device (IID) providers in the state of Nevada, you can be sure that our IIDs will meet state requirements and be compliant with your program.
Where do I send a record of my service appointments?
Smart Start will send a record of your service appointments to your monitoring authority on your behalf at no additional cost to you.
Does this thing hurt my vehicle?
No, Smart Start’s Ignition Interlock Device (IID) will not hurt your vehicle in any way.
Can I get one on my motorcycle?
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 Nevada. Please call our Customer Care Center at 800-831-3299 if you have any questions.