Is low cost interlock legit?

Is low cost interlock legit?

Low Cost Interlock was an absolutely awful experience. I am convinced that they pay people to rate them five stars as they were unprofessional, lazy, uniformed and just a complete rip off, bordering a scam. No, they are a scam.

Can you bypass interlock?

Under California Motor Vehicle Code (MVC) 23247, it is unlawful to remove, bypass, or tamper with an ignition interlock device. It is also unlawful to: Blow into an IID or start a vehicle for the purpose of providing the person with an operable motor vehicle.

Who owns low interlock?

We are excited to bring our innovative technology to many more states and continue to save lives in the process,” says Mike Lyon, CEO of Low Cost Interlock.

How much does an interlock system cost?

Typically an interlock program costs $2.50-$3.50 a day. Although the cost will vary according to state, MADD estimates it costs approximately $70 to $150 to install and around $60 to $80 per month for device monitoring and calibration.

What happens if I unplug my interlock?

Circumventing an IID If you do remove or disable the device, your IID provider will be notified of the removal and will notify your state legal authority that you are no longer in compliance with your ignition interlock requirement.

How do you hack an interlock system?

The most common hacks simply don’t work

  1. “Try using compressed air to ‘blow’ into the device.”
  2. “Have someone else blow into the device for you.”
  3. “Just disconnect the device.”
  4. “Try hiding the alcohol on your breath.”

What foods will set off an interlock device?

These can include:

  • Rum cake.
  • Pasta with vodka sauce.
  • Baked goods with a high amount of vanilla extract.
  • Bread, pizza, and pastries that contain yeast.
  • Red wine vinegar (think salad dressing)
  • Soy sauce.
  • Energy drinks.
  • Non-alcoholic beer or wine.

How much does it cost to install interlock?