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Intoxalock understands how important convenience is to ignition interlock customers.
Blow & Drive Interlock Corp (BDIC) based in Los Angeles, California, a publicly traded company that manufactures, and distributes its Ignition Interlock Device Model# BDI-747 across 7 US States.
The HD Series is constructed of 316 stainless steel, including the lock body; passivating electropolishing further protects the interlocks from chemical activity.
Mechanical interlocks perfectly fit within the common philosophy that process control systems and safety systems should always be separated.
Two meta-analyses of interlock evaluations have demonstrated highly similar results indicating that while on the vehicle, interlocks reduce recidivism by approximately 64 percent (Elder et al.
But statistics show that in 2011 only about 35 percent of offenders installed the interlock devices as required to regain their driving rights, Anne Pratt, a spokeswoman for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, said Monday.
First, future research should consider finer-grained models that measure not only the size and scope of interlocks but also their quality (e.
This Froebel-type geometric play reflects the influence of Wright, as do the horizontal runs of glazing in the linking elements and the way the retaining walls extend out to interlock building and landscape.
In one type of fastener, the structures have smooth caps, allowing them to interlock easily.
If all states required alcohol ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers, we could save up to 4,000 lives a year," said MADD National President, Laura Dean Mooney.
Interlocks may be required for use by DUI or DWI ("driving under the influence" or "driving while intoxicated") offenders as part of their mandatory court or motor vehicle department program.
Ulczycki will lead the company's efforts to encourage legislation requiring ignition interlocks for all first-time DWI offenders.