Rose Hill Interlock Ignition & Breathalyzer Service
Your 2nd Chance at Driving
2nd Chance DUI Ignition Interlock is a locally and family owned company providing ignition interlock services in Rose Hill, KS and the surrounding areas. The business was started by being given our own second chance. Our faith drives us to have better values and morals to help serve our customers diligently.
Unlike normal interlock companies, we take an active role in our community and do more than just interlock, we also have available programs and resources to help people find jobs, recover from addictions and get on a better, more successful path in life.
Some Great Reasons To Use Our Interlock Service
Fast & Efficient
- Call 24/7 – Personal Service
- Same Day Appointments
- Same Day Results
Low Cost & Affordable
- Competitive Wichita Pricing
- FREE Interlock Installation for Rose Hill Residents
- Lost Device Insurance
- No Fines For Failed Breathalyzer
- No Extra Fines For Resets & Violations
Honest & Transparent Pricing
- $75 per month – Easy Pricing
- No Hidden Fees
- No Device Fee – If you lose it, there is a $250 deductible to pay
- No Fee For Early Termination
Ignition Interlock – F.A.Q.
What Is Interlock?
An ignition interlock device or breath alcohol ignition interlock device is a breathalyzer for an individual’s vehicle. It requires the driver to blow into a mouthpiece on the device before starting the vehicle. If the resultant breath-alcohol concentration analyzed result is greater than the programmed blood alcohol concentration, the device prevents the engine from being started. The interlock device is located inside the vehicle, near the driver’s seat, and is directly connected to the engine’s ignition system.
What Does Interlock Cost?
On average in the USA, Interlock Ignition Devices costs about $70 to $150 per month as a service fee and about $70 to $150 for an installation fee.
Here at 2nd Chance Interlock, we have a FREE interlock installation in Rose Hill, KS and only $70/mo service fee.
Can Interlock Detect Drugs?
No, interlock cannot detect drugs. It can only detect the presence of alcohol, and the presence of alcohol can be in mouthwash, energy drinks, food and other substances, so be careful.
See answers to more interlock questions here, at How Interlock Works.