Performance History:

  • The first interlock to meet National Highway Traffic Safety Association standards (1992)
  • The first electronic information reporting system for ignition interlock programs (1994)
  • FC100 - the most widely used interlock device in the U.S. today (introduced 1998)
  • A patent-pending positive ID interlock device with a target-tracking camera (2005)
  • A 2007 independent laboratory report conducted under National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) guidelines demonstrated the FC100™ producing "Evidential" quality BAC test results of +/- .005% over a BAC range of .010% to .10% and at temperatures ranging from extremes commonly found in automotive environments.

 More than 500,000 people have used LifeSafer interlocks