Ignition interlock devices are connected to your car’s starter and sometimes also your car horn and windshield wipers. Because of this, service centers that install them are specially trained in their removal.
A car-savvy person may be tempted to remove their interlock device (IID) themselves. Although the initial removal may be successful, your IID provider will be notified that the device was tampered with.
Tampering with an ignition interlock device could lead to severe consequences such as:
- Longer ignition interlock lease requirement
- Loss of all driving privileges
- Hefty fines