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Haha, I’m a technician for LifeSafer, Monitech, and Guardian (most ignition interlock companies are owned by 2-3 companies, one being LMG Holdings).
All Ignition Interlock providers are like this. The thing is that since most first time offenders have driven drunk before (this is usually just the first time they got caught), no one is going to believe you and no one is going to do anything about this. To the companies, this is your punishment. The companies donate thousands to organizations that lobby towards the companies political agendas. There really is not much the DUI offenders themselves are able to do other than suck it up, the contracts are massively built against you and you didn’t read it, otherwise you’d be talking to a lawyer.