Blow-and-Go Ignition Interlock

Blow-and-Go is the Nation’signition interlock  ignition interlock installation Premier Ignition Interlock System company. Blow-and-Go began as the       Ignition   Interlock division of Offender Monitoring Solutions.

Offender Monitoring Solutions

OMS supplies house arrest,ankle bracelets, gps tracking and   drug and alcohol monitoring to clients as they are mandated by the courts and local judges. We work hand in hand with the judicial system to help ensure offender compliance.

We save Taxpayers Money

What’s so great about that, you say? Well, we help to eliminate the taxpayer burden. By making offenders be responsible for their actions monetarily we decrease the burden to the taxpayer. Also we provide monitoring that virtually all law enforcement agencies need, but cannot afford. We are the stop gap in the system, we provide accountability. We Do It for Less.

The Advanced, User Friendly and Technologically Evolving Ignition Interlock System

Blow-and-Go offers the most advanced and user friendly ignition interlock device on the market, but that’s not all. We are currently developing and changing our processes to help our users fully understand the system and their role as a participant. You can reach the Blow-and-Go off ice by dialing 360-546-1234

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Lea February 25, 2010 at 10:57 am


I was curious what the closest installation place would be for me. I live in Issaquah, Wa.

May March 4, 2010 at 2:01 pm

I live in Rowley Mass. Where is your closest office? What is your mon thly
fee to calabrate?

May March 4, 2010 at 2:03 pm

Where are you in Boston Massacusetts?

Skaatman March 15, 2010 at 11:22 am

WE do not have an office in Boston call this number 1.800.849.5465 tell them that Blow-and-Go sent you

Good Luck

Skaatman March 15, 2010 at 11:23 am

WE do not have an office in Rowley call this number 1.800.849.5465 tell them that Blow-and-Go sent you Good ..

Travis July 9, 2010 at 11:27 am

I decided to get a Blow-and-Go Interlock installed voluntarily (as opposed to state-mandated) into my college-aged daughter’s car yesterday. Toby and Shan were technically proficient, easy to get along with, and very attentive to my very specific requests. I highly reccomend the service they provide to anyone looking to safegaurd a child or family member from the risks of impaired driving. I drove away with peace of mind for a very affordable price yesterday, and extend my appreciation and sincerest wishes for the continued success and growth of the business.

Travis, Portland, OR

Skaatman July 16, 2010 at 2:00 pm

Thank You Travis
We really appreciate the kind comments. I applaud you on your proactive stance in keeping your daughter safe as well as the rest of the motorists and pedestrians on the highway. Although voluntary ignition interlock is, well, voluntary, it gives a young driver a genuine understanding of what some of the consequences of impaired driving are. I think that any parent who is unsure as to whether or not their child may or may not be drinking and driving can gain a little piece of mind by using this device voluntarily. It is a great deterrent at only $30.00 per month.

Once again, thanks for the nice comments.


Tom... July 24, 2010 at 10:18 am


Do I have to sign a complicated contract with you to get this installed?

Can I see the contract?


Shann October 25, 2010 at 4:58 pm

Guardian Interlock Systems has changed the lease rate from $60 to $62 per month and as a service provider in Washington state we must charge the same rate throughout the state. This slight increase will be reflected in the quote you receive, however it will not effect existing lease agreements until they expire. Blow-and-Go ignition Interlock can be reached at 360-546-1234

Joe February 17, 2011 at 7:00 pm

I am driving my girlfriends car and I am ordered to put one in her car for six months. I was wondering if I am the only one that has to blow in it or does everone that drives the car has to use it?

Skaatman March 16, 2011 at 4:15 pm

Hello Joe,

Anybody who drives that vehicle will have to blow to go. This is not a very good way to use the device as someone else may blow a failure for you and you will be responsible for it. The fewer people who drive the car the better. You are the one who will have the failure appear on your record and when it is sent to the court or your PO they are not going to want to hear any excuses as to what the reasons were for it

Skaatman March 16, 2011 at 4:17 pm


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