I think it would be helpful for newbies who are fortunate enough to be in a non reporting state to know that. The fear of too many “too softs” being reported to the DMV made me believe we were all (4 non offending drivers other than our son, using the car) jeopardizing my son’s license status. it was a relief to find out the logs weren’t sent to our DMV.
We have switched providers, my husband and I and 2 of 3 of our kids are not offenders, and we are looking at ways of driving our only vehicle with more ease. Public transportation is not an option in a farming community 20 miles from a major city, unfortunately.
The “just in case” would be if what, the report listing “tampered device” was submitted to the DMV? True. We are just looking for a way to eliminate the horn. The purpose of the unit is to prevent the car from starting if the driver has a BAC. Fine. The constant “too soft” readings cause the horn. That’s our issue, with this company’s unit, and the last company as well…