With the technology available today and the commitment of many seasoned drunk drivers to continue to put lives in danger on the road, it may not come as a surprise that people are circumventing these court-ordered devices. According to KRQE.com, several DWI offenders have not had to test for the presence of alcohol through their ignition interlock devices before operating their vehicle through tampering with the devices. Tampering with an ignition interlock device in any state is a serious crime and can add more consequences and penalties to a DUI/DWI sentence, not to mention the danger of a repeat offender behind the wheel. Read more here: Rigged interlocks DWI drivers’ free pass
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