What if someone other than the customer blows into the IID and causes a violation?

Ultimately, it is the customer’s responsibility to restrict use of their vehicle and subsequent IID during the duration of the court-ordered restriction. Depending on the type of device, other security features may be in place to deter violations by someone other than the customer. In some instances the spouse can operate the vehicle for a one car family.

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1. What is an Ignition Interlock Device (IID)?
2. Why does someone install an interlock?
3. What is an ignition interlock program?
4. How does the IID work?
5. What is the process of having the IID installed, monitored and removed?
6. How often will the IID need to be monitored?
7. What is the cost of the device?
8. How is the IID monitored?
9. How reliable is the IID?
10. What if someone other than the customer blows into the IID and causes a violation?
11. Can someone's personal health prevent them from providing a sufficient breath sample?
12. Can the IIS disable the engine during operation?
13. What if the engine stalls?
14. What does manufacturer mean?
15. How can I get certified in the State of Kansas
16. What is a circumvention/tampering?