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Having an ignition interlock device installed in your vehicle is easy with our trained mobile installers! We'll come to your Home, Office or meet you at Local DMV office free of charge!*
*In select states and not where prohibited by law.
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Our Wireless BDI-747 Interlock Device has all the features you need to make your interlock time go by fast.
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Here at Blow and Drive Interlock our goal is to get YOU back on the road with as few headaches as possible! When you call us, you can ensure that you're talking to a Blow and Drive employee located within the United States who is dedicated to providing you with assistance!
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Now Approved in 8 US States
Authorities in 8 US States have approved the BDI-747 Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device that is required by the Department of Motor Vehicles or Court to be installed in the vehicle of most DUI offenders, including first time DUI offenses. The BDI Model 747 has passed all the requirements in the following 8 US States. California, Colorado, Oregon, Texas, Arizona, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Tennessee



Recent News

NEW 2016 STATE LAWS MAKE ALCOHOL IGNITION INTERLOCKS A MONEY BOOM

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/05/16 -- Blow & Drive Interlock Corporation (OTCQB: BDIC)

The Alcohol Ignition Interlock Industry is experiencing tremendous growth as more and more states continue to pass laws requiring Ignition Interlock Devices for DUI/DWI offenders.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, requiring or highly incentivizing interlocks for all convicted drunken drivers reduces drunken driving recidivism by 67 percent. The CDC recommends ignition interlocks for everyone convicted of DWI, even for first offenders.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Continues to Push for Tougher DUI Laws. In 2006, there were only 100,000 interlocks installed in the United States. As of July 2013, there were nearly 305,000 interlocks in use.
NEW 2016 IGNITION INTERLOCK LAWS:
Texas: Gov. Greg Abbott signed House Bill 2246 into law in June 2015, allowing those convicted of DWI with blood alcohol content less than 0.15 percent to be able to drive as long as they have an ignition interlock system installed in their car.
New Hampshire: After Jan. 1st 2016, anyone convicted in New Hampshire for a first offense of driving while intoxicated can petition a judge for a limited driver's license that will allow them to drive to work, school or medical appointments, while their license is suspended, the new law comes with a host of restrictions - including installation of an alcohol-detecting automotive interlock device
Illinois: New Ignition Interlock Law goes into effect January 1st, 2016, requiring anyone convicted of two or more DUIs to install a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device on their vehicles of 5 years.
South Carolina: Governor signed Emma's Law, which requires all offenders, including first-time offenders, with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .15 or greater mandated installation of an ignition interlock device.
Hawaii: New Law Requires Ignition Interlock Users to drive with a Hawaii ID Card. The new law, Act 40, goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2016
PENDING IGNITION INTERLOCK LEGISLATION
Federal: Legislation, called "Alisa's Law", would require all first time DUI offenders in all 50 states to have an ignition interlock device installed in their vehicle for up to 2 years
Pennsylvania: Senate unanimously approved Senate Bill 290, which would require all repeat convicted drunk drivers as well as first-time offenders with a blood-alcohol concentration of .10 or above to use the alcohol ignition interlock devices.
Oregon: House Bill 2660 Provides court discretion to order person participating in driving while under influence of intoxicants a diversion agreement to install an ignition interlock device if person submitted to chemical test of person's breath, blood or urine and test disclosed blood alcohol content below 0.08 percent by weight.
Washington: House Bill 1276 includes many provisions to deal with impaired driving.
Ohio: Lawmakers introduced a bill, called Annie's Law, calling for ignition interlocks to be installed on vehicles if the driver has been convicted two or more times for drunk driving.
Indiana: Lawmakers plan to discuss the problem of repeat drunk drivers this legislative session, including a bill that would improve the ignition interlock system in Indiana.
Wisconsin: Lawmakers have proposed closing a loophole in state law so people who are required to have an ignition interlock device in their vehicle would face criminal punishment if they get caught driving a vehicle without such a device.
Massachusetts: State Senate proposed a bill that would give drunk drivers a chance to avoid a license suspension, requiring them instead to install an ignition interlock
Maryland: Governor Larry Hogan is trying to push through one of his latest initiatives, which would require drivers arrested on drunk-driving charges to install an ignition interlock device inside their vehicle.
MADD will continue to push for stricter DUI Laws, and they will continue to Ask More States to pass All-Offender Ignition Interlock Legislation in an effort to keep the roads safe for sober motorists. From only one state requiring interlocks in 2006 today twenty-six states require or highly incentivize the use of ignition interlocks for every convicted offender and as a result they have reduced drunk driving deaths by 24% overall

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This report may contain certain forward-looking statements and information. This material contains statements about expected future events and/or financial results that are forward-looking in nature and subject to risks and uncertainties. Such forward-looking statements by definition involve risks, uncertainties and other factors, which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of mentioned company to be materially different from the statements made herein.

Blow & Drive Interlock Corporation Experiencing Continued Growth

BEVERLY HILLS, CA, Nov 02, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Blow & Drive Interlock Corporation (OTCBB:BDIC) (the "Company") recently announced seven states have approved the Company's BDI-747 Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device, including California, Oregon, Arizona, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Texas and Tennessee. Where the Company has 6 service centers in California, 17 in Oregon, 12 in Kentucky, 1 in Texas, 1 in Arizona and 1 in Tennessee. Additionally, the company is pleased to announce states with applications under review include Nevada, Pennsylvania, Kansas, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin and North Carolina. The application review process is a lengthy one, but the Company anticipates positive results over the coming months.
With approximately 110 BDI-747 units on the road in the above mentioned seven states, the Company is eager to continue its growth. Unlike its competitors, Blow & Drive Interlock takes an empathetic approach to customer's unfortunate circumstances seeing the process as an educational one, as opposed to the need for an interlock device being solely a punishment. The company provides a 24/7 emergency help line answered live to aid customers along with free mobile and same day installation.
Blow & Drive Interlock's BDI-747 price point includes installation, calibration, data reporting, removal insurance and taxes, bringing transparency to the process with no hidden fees or additional charges, beyond the recurring. Other products on the market are not so forgiving with a multitude of costs billed to the DUI offender. The Company's Blow & Drive Interlock BDI-747 is a superior product, providing customers with the help they need to safely get back on the road, meeting individual state regulations and requirements.
CEO Laurence Wainer states, "Blow & Drive Interlock is just the start of what I hope will one day be the leader in all DUI related sectors of the Offender Market. Including DUI Driver Education Programs & Home Monitoring Devices. Our state-of-the-art Ignition Interlock Device has all the features that will allow us to transition easily into Home Monitoring."

FORWARD-LOOKING DISCLAIMER This report may contain certain forward-looking statements and information, as defined within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and is subject to the Safe Harbor created by those sections. This material contains statements about expected future events and/or financial results that are forward-looking in nature and subject to risks and uncertainties. Such forward-looking statements by definition involve risks, uncertainties and other factors, which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of mentioned company to be materially different from the statements made herein.

Blow and Drive Interlock Corp (BDIC) Now Approved in 7 US States for DMV or Court Mandated Use by DUI Offenders as Part of Their DUI Education Program

Los Angeles, CA, October 22, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Blow and Drive Interlock Corporation's BDI-747 has now received approval by authorities in 7 US States as an approved Ignition Interlock Device that is mandated for use by most DUI offenders. 27 States in the US require the installation of an Ignition Interlock Device in the vehicle of all DUI offenders including all first time offenders. Blow and Drive Interlock Corp has 6 service centers in California, 17 in Oregon, 12 in Kentucky, 1 in Texas, 1 in Arizona, and 1 in Tennessee. They have additional state applications under review and Blow and Drive Interlock Corporation is focused on growing their service centers in the 7 states we are allowed to do business in.

Forward-Looking Disclaimer
This report may contain certain forward-looking statements and information, as defined within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and is subject to the Safe Harbor created by those sections. This material contains statements about expected future events and/or financial results that are forward-looking in nature and subject to risks and uncertainties. Such forward-looking statements by definition involve risks, uncertainties and other factors, which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of mentioned company to be materially different from the statements made herein.

Blow and Drive Interlock Corporation CEO Issues Shareholder Update

December 03, 2015 14:31 ET

Blow and Drive Interlock Corporation CEO Issues Shareholder Update
LOS ANGELES CA--(Marketwired - Dec 3, 2015) - Blow & Drive Interlock Corp (OTCQB: BDIC) ("BDI") announced that the company has issued a letter to shareholders, providing an update on the company's recent progress, financial performance and growth strategy.
Dear Shareholders,
BDI is making tremendous progress as we have begun to generate revenue, and I wanted to take this opportunity to update you on our accomplishments and growth strategy.
We believe the market opportunity before us is enormous. In a relatively short period of time, we will become a leader in breath alcohol devices that are approved for evidentiary as well as preliminary screening use.
We are in the process of raising capital to procure parts to build 1,000 of our state of the art BAIIDs (Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device). We are confident that with the required capital and the help of our 3 distributors and 33 independent service centers in 7 states, we can put 1,000 units on the road in short order. Our long-term goal remains to capture over 10% of the market share, which currently stands at 300,000 interlocks in use each day in the United States.
A Large and Underserviced Market Overview:
We believe that the current manufacturers and providers of BAIIDs have underserviced the customer due in large part to what becomes a Scarlett Letter and mandatory nature of the industry's criminal offender customer base. We believe that we will compete and capture our share of the market with transparent pricing, state of the art wireless technology and an empathetic service-based approach to our clients' circumstances.
An Expanding Market:
We have other state applications under review and are hopeful we will continue to receive approvals from the appropriate authorities, which will allow us to become a national provider. Additionally, Federal passage of Alissa's Law along with more states enacting new and stricter mandatory ignition interlock programs makes this a great time to expand nationally.
Improved Financial Performance:
As you may know, we have spent the last two years overcoming federal and state regulatory hurdles. Now that we have our Federal and 7 State certifications, we can successfully penetrate the market, which will translate into an improving financial performance and condition. In just the last few weeks of the third quarter, we finally cleared enough regulatory hurdles to be in a position to generate revenue. Although we banked almost $100,000 in that short period of time our auditor positioned the majority of that revenue as deferred, due to the lease nature of our business and the fact that our state approvals for the distributorships sold were not yet complete.
Additional Contributors to our Growth:
The Arizona Distributorship was sold to Jay Lopez, who has been in the IID industry for well over a decade, formerly as the program director for one of our largest competitors. We are excited to have Jay on our team and are confident that with his know-how, ability and professional contacts, Jay can capture much of the market in Arizona, currently at approx. 30,000 units on the road.
In September, we sold a distributorship in Kansas to the former installer of one of our major competitors. This distributor brings a vast knowledge of wireless installations and quality customer service, which will lead to a greater market share of BDI devices in Kansas. Lastly, we recently sold a distributorship in Lubbock, Texas. Texas works differently than most states as each county has their own diversion programs and our new distributor brings with them a working knowledge of the IID program in Lubbock Texas.
Conclusion:
This is a very exciting time for our company. As a fellow shareholder, my goal is to position Blow & Drive Interlock Corp for long term, sustained growth. We are focused on scaling the business to capitalize on the tremendous market opportunity to create value for our distributors, our partners and our shareholders, and I am pleased with the progress we have made.
Thank you for your continued support. I look forward to communicating our future achievements and progress.
Sincerely,
Laurence Wainer
CEO

About Us

About BDIC Blow & Drive Interlock Corp (BDIC) based in Los Angeles, California, a publicly traded company that manufactures, and distributes its Ignition Interlock Device Model# BDI-747 across 7 US States.
The BDI-747 is a state of the art ignition interlock device, breath-alcohol testing device approximately the size of a smartphone. The ignition interlock device requires the driver to exhale into the device prior to starting the vehicle. The device prevents the vehicle from starting if the driver's blood-alcohol content exceeds a predetermined set level. Interlocks are required for use by DUI or DWI ("driving under the influence" or "driving while intoxicated") offenders as part of their mandatory court or motor vehicle department program.
The individual subject to the court or motor vehicle order pays for the installation/removal and monthly lease of the ignition interlock device. The Company provides monitoring of the device at predetermined intervals according to state guidelines. Data is be collected and made available to the appropriate authorities for review. The data shows all breath tests performed and/or missed tests as well as any attempt to bypass or circumvent the system. For states that require a picture or GPS location of the person performing the test, the device is equipped with camera & GPS technologies.