15260 Anacapa Rd. Ste. A-12
Victorville CA 92392
About This Location
Alco Alert Interlock Inc. operates at 15260 Anacapa Rd. Ste. A-12, Victorville, CA 92392. Our technicians install ignition interlock devices for the residents of Victorville.
Ignition Interlock Services in Victorville
One of the coolest things about Victorville is the Old Town, which was built along the historic Route 66. A lot has happened on Route 66, besides being mentioned in tune lyrics and as a movie location. But there's more to living in Victorville than shooting films and remembering the way the town used to be.
The residents are very proud of their city and they do their best to keep everyone safe. But that is only up to a certain point. For instance, we can try to do everything for our children as they are growing up, but when they begin to drive, how much control do we have over where they go, who they go with and what they drank before driving? After all, even if they are old enough to have a driving license it doesn't mean they are mature enough to make wise decisions. That's why parents call us to install an interlock device in their cars.
How an Interlock Device Protects Your Children
When teenage children borrow the car to go to a friend's house, we assume that we know where they are going and when they'll be back, but do we? Parents really have no way of monitoring if their children are drinking alcohol while they are out. Unless they install an interlock device in Victorville, that is. With this device installed in the car, anyone who wants to sit in the driver's seat and start the engine must first take a puff into the device. If the results are no alcohol, the kid is good to go. If the check reveals that there is alcohol, then the car stays put, because the engine will be locked until someone without signs of alcohol can drive it. This is one way that parents can protect their children.
Keeping Drunks off the Roads
If you or someone you know has been caught DUI by a random police check, you were probably given a very high fine to pay, had your license revoked and possibly spent some time in the can. But the truth is, not everyone who drinks realizes that they should not drive. It can happen just by going to lunch with a friend, having a drink after dinner with a work colleague or going to a party where the punch was spiked. Without realizing the amount of alcohol in your body, you go out and start up your car to drive home. But that's the problem. Alcohol impairs your judgement. So instead of making that decision to drive or not to drive, leave it up to the interlock device and save yourself from heartache.