What does it mean when my interlock says warning?
A warn message on your Ignition Interlock Device means that alcohol is present in your breath sample, but is below your state’s fail level. The device will not stop your vehicle following a warn result. Be cautious, however. It is possible that you could fail subsequent tests if you decide to continue driving.
What BAC does interlock fail?
But generally, the BAC (blood alcohol content) at which you will fail the test is between . 02 and . 025. An average person will have that BAC after having one drink in the last ten hours.
Can coffee set off a breathalyzer?
While it might surprise you, too much caffeine could trigger a false positive on a breathalyzer test.
Where is the light switch on the dashboard?
Most vehicles have a dashboard light control switch that will dim the dashboard lights as well as turn them off. Find the control switch, dial, or knob, which is generally located on the console near the steering column or may be part of the headlight switch.
Where can I find Intoxalock ignition interlock support?
Find answers to frequently asked questions about ignition interlocks devices. Intoxalock is an industry leading ignition interlock provider and has representatives available 24/7 to answer your questions. We offer customer support via web chat and by phone at (888) 283-5899.
What happens when your dashboard lights stop working?
When the dashboard lights in your vehicle malfunction or cease to operate, the resulting effects can range from being a mere annoyance to posing a safety hazard. Locating the problem and finding a remedy is essential.
How often do ignition interlocks need to be calibrated?
A calibration is a routine maintenance appointment for your ignition interlock device to download device data updates and ensure the device is measuring alcohol levels accurately. Who determines when calibrations need to be done? Calibrations are required every 30-90 days, as determined by your state.