813 N 2nd Street
El Cajon CA 92021
Driving Dangers in El Cajon
Anyone who drives frequently knows that the dangers of driving include drivers who are under the influence of alcohol. If you've ever been the subject of a surprise DUI check and found guilty of driving with alcohol in your system, you may have had your license taken away. Or worse, you may have been in an accident or even caused an accident. The best thing to do is to avoid these situations altogether by ordering an ignition interlock device in El Cajon. This is a gadget that can be installed directly into your automobile to keep people from driving your car under the influence.
Installing an Ignition Interlock in El Cajon
After placing your order for an interlock device in El Cajon, it will be professionally installed in your vehicle. Then, the next person who wants to get behind the wheel of your car will need to blow into the attached tube. The device will measure the amount of alcohol in the driver and if the test comes back as clean, the driver can begin to drive. Throughout the drive, timed randomly, the driver will be given notifications that a new breath test is due. The driver will then find a convenient place to pull over and repeat the test. If it comes back with a reading of alcohol, the person will not be allowed to drive your auto.
Convincing the Courts
With an Ignition Interlock in El Cajon placed in your car, you can sometimes convince the court to return a confiscated driver's license. The court understands that with the device you will not be able to drink and drive. Stay safe from DUIs and drunk drivers with an ignition device!
About El Cajon, California
El Cajon is also known as "The Big Box," which is the Spanish word meaning "the box" or "the drawer." In 1876 the first hotel was established in the area, to serve the travelers passing through during the gold rush. For $1, the guest and his horse could stay overnight. By 1878 25 families had settled in the valley and part of the hotel lobby was taken over to be used as a post office. When El Cajon was incorporated into a city in 1912, the early families made their living in citrus and grapes. El Cajon attracted visitors in the 1960s and '70s to enjoy Big Oak Ranch, a frontier town theme park.