Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality interlock devices and support services, so you can regain your independence and peace of mind.
Whether you are looking for installation, maintenance, or removal services, we are here to help you every step of the way.
Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious offense that can result in severe consequences. If you are convicted of DUI, the court may order installing an ignition interlock device (IID) to get your license reinstated.
An IID is a breathalyzer installed in a vehicle that prevents the engine from starting if you have a breath alcohol concentration above the programmed limit.
In Wichita, Kansas, we offer interlock services to help you comply with the court’s order and regain your driving privileges.
An ignition interlock device (IID) is a breathalyzer that is installed in a vehicle’s dashboard. Before the engine can be started, the driver must blow into the device to measure their breath alcohol concentration (BAC).
If the BAC is above the programmed limit, the engine will not start. The device also requires periodic retests while driving to ensure that the driver does not drink alcohol while driving.
You must contact an approved interlock service provider to get an IID installed in Wichita, KS. The state licenses and certifies us to install and maintain IIDs. You must then schedule an installation appointment and bring your the vehicle to our location at 705 N. Broadway, Wichita, KS. During the installation, we will explain how to use the device and conduct a calibration to ensure its accuracy.
The cost of an IID in Wichita, KS varies depending on the provider and the length of time the device is required. The installation fee usually ranges from $75 to $150, and the monthly rental fee is usually around $75 to $100.
At Wichita-Interlock, our installation is FREE and the monthly fee is around $50/mo, depending on the vehicle.
If an IID detects alcohol while the driver is operating the vehicle, the device will record the event and notify the interlock service provider. The provider will then report the violation to the court or the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and the driver may face further consequences, such as fines, license suspension, or jail time.