Video Ignition Interlock Devices in Washington State

KLEW News reports that in order to maintain the safety and security an ignition interlock device provides the public, Washington State has mandated that all IID devices are equipped with a camera. Prior to this new technology, an ignition interlock device could potentially be bypassed by a driver who uses another person to blow into the device, even during the tests that occur while a car is in operation. The camera will ensure that the driver of the vehicle with a court-ordered ignition interlock installation is the person being tested, ultimately ensuring the safety of the driver, any passengers and others on the road. Read more here:  New Law Brings More Accuracy to Alcohol Ignition Interlock Devices.

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