West Escondido Automotive & Transmission
2200 Auto Park Way Ste A
Escondido CA 92029
About This Location
Alco Alert Interlock Inc. operates at 2200 Auto Park Way Ste A, Escondido, CA 92029. Our technicians install ignition interlock devices for the residents of Escondido.
Protecting Yourself from DUI in Escondido
Unfortunately, drivers are pulled over and convicted for DUI far too often in Escondido. It is a huge problem all over California, as well as the rest of the nation. When one person gets out on the road under the influence of alcohol, it makes a problem for everyone. That's great that the California law enforcement officials are out there trying to weed them out and get them off the streets, but what if it happened to you? Or one of your grown children who was driving your car? By ordering an interlock device in Escondido, you can insure that no one will be driving your car after drinking alcohol.
License Revoked in California?
Hopefully you were personally never pulled over and convicted of DUI, but if you were, there's a good chance that your driver's license was taken away from you. Besides keeping alcohol drinkers from driving your car, the ignition interlock device in Escondido can also help get your revoked license back. Just tell the court that your car is now fitted with the interlock device, and they will know that you won't be driving under the influence again. This can be what persuades them to return your license to you.
Keeping it Safe in Stockton
If you've ever been pulled over for a DUI check in Stockton, you know how intimidating it can be. And for good reason! People who drive under the influence endanger the lives of everyone on the road. So while law enforcement officials are doing their bit to keep the roads safe, you can be proactive in keeping anyone who's behind the wheel of your car from driving under the influence. All you need to do to stay safe is install an ignition interlock device in Stockton.
Escondido, CA is named after the Spanish word that means "hidden." No one is sure, but it's possible that the name used to refer to the "hidden" water in the area, or agua escondida, although it could also mean "hidden treasure." It was incorporated as a city in 1888, shortly after Southern Pacific and Santa Fe railroads laid track in the area. In the early days, Escondido was known for growing muscat grapes. A dam was constructed in 1894 and after that time, groves of lemon, orange, olive and walnut trees were planted. Since the 1960s, the primary crop has been avocados.