We are an approved state of Wisconsin provider of ignition interlock devices.

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Service Locations
Brown County
1780 Allouez Ave., Unit E
Green Bay WI, 54311

Dane County
6621 Century Ave Unit C
Middleton WI, 53562

Dodge County
101 Carroll St
Beaver Dam WI, 53916

Jefferson County
N5913 Hwy 26
Johnson Creek WI, 53038

Kenosha County
2814 Roosevelt rd
Kenosha WI, 53143

Milwaukee County
422 E Oak St #3
Oak Creek WI, 53154

2081 South 55th Street
West Allis WI, 53219

Ozaukee County
9730 Granville Rd. Unit C.
Mequon WI, 53097

Racine County
2725 Carlisle Ave
Racine WI, 53404

Walworth County
505 Nathan Lane, Unit 3
Elkhorn WI, 53121

Washington County
1272 Lang St., Suite 2
West Bend WI, 53090

Waukesha County
1265 E. Wisconsin Ave. Ste. B
Pewaukee WI, 53072

300 Travis Ln #14
Waukesha WI, 53189

Wisconsin Ignition interlock Dodge County

101 Carroll St, Beaver Dam, WI 53916

 920-569-3208

 

FREE INSTALLATION OFFER*

 

Who Is Wisconsin Ignition Interlock Devices Inc.?

 

Wisconsin Interlock is a Draeger ignition interlock service provider certified to install and service the ignition interlock device in Wisconsin according to WI administrative code.  Wisconsin Interlock has 13 locations including a new facility in Dodge County.  The new Juneau facility is located across the street from the Dodge County Circuit Court and the Dodge County Huber Facility.

 

Advantages Of Installing The Draeger Device With Wisconsin Interlock.

 

 

  1. BETTER SERVICE: If you cannot be without your car, local ignition interlock service is imperative.
    • Lease and service through one provider locally: You will not hold a lease with one business out-of-state and be serviced by another locally. Wisconsin Interlock does both at our Juneau location.
    • Ignition interlock installation service is all we do: We only work with the ignition interlock device at our Juneau location. We are not an auto accessories shop that occasionally installs and services interlocks.  All of our time and expertise is devoted to making sure the IID program works for you.
    • Quick service and troubleshooting: We can respond to emergency service issues quickly at our Juneau location or through mobile service. You would not have to have a replacement device shipped to your local service provider should your device be defective. We have devices in stock at our Dodge County location in case it is necessary to swap out a problematic device. We also have diagnostic equipment on site to diagnose and troubleshoot device and vehicle issues. We can replace a unit in a matter of minutes or hours versus days.
  2. BETTER DEVICES: The Draeger XT.
    • Superior German engineering: Designed and manufactured in Germany, the Draeger XT is built to operate in extreme temperatures and is able to function properly at -40 degrees Fahrenheit. The device is made to work in Wisconsin’s winter cold.
    • Alcohol specific: The Draeger XT uses alcohol specific fuel cell technology.  The device responds to alcohol exclusively- no false positives due to other environmental substances.
  3. BETTER PRICES: The Lowest Price, Period.
    • Free installations in Dodge County.
    • Wisconsin Interlock’s meet or beat offer: Wisconsin IID will meet or beat any competitive offer from a state authorized service provider in Dodge County.

What To Expect At Your Installation Appointment:

  • A typical installation appointment takes 1½ to 2 hours.
  • You will be trained on how to use the device while a certified IID service technician installs the IID.
  • You will need to complete the contractual paperwork.
  • You will receive the MV3598, the state form certifying installation of the ignition interlock device. This form is taken to a Wisconsin DMV to obtain an occupational driver’s permit.This form can also be used at the Dodge County Huber Facility, as proof of compliance.

* Limited time offer.  Additional up-charges may apply for atypical vehicles such as German made vehicles, push-button starts, and remote starters. Free installation is dependent on a one year lease (generally the minimum length of a court  mandated sentence)

 

Beaver Dam, Mayville, Juneau, Horicon, Waupun, and Columbus.