- n a device that prevents an automotive engine from starting
car theives know how to bypass the ignition interlock
- n the act of interlocking or meshing
an interlocking of arms by the police held the crowd in check
- v coordinate in such a way that all parts work together effectively
- v hold in a locking position
- v become engaged or intermeshed with one another
- Opponents of the MADD push for stricter laws warn that a federal interlock requirement would serve as a Trojan horse, opening the way for even more sophisticated interlock .
- And consistency has been key: the bricks produced today have the same bumps and holes, and can still interlock with those produced back in 1958.
- The ribs interlock, moreover, unlike a fish's, implying they were able to bear fishapod's weightan unnecessary trait in a fish.
- Glynn Birch in Voice of America
First time offenders need and deserve an alcohol ignition interlock,says Birch.
- John Adler in MarketWatch
Ignition interlock is a simple device which, simply put, will save lives,said Senator Adler. "If you've had too much to drink, you don't belong behind the wheel. By implementing a responsible ignition interlock law, New Jersey will go a...
- Paul Clymer in MarketWatch
House Bill 2019, commonly referred to as 'Brad's Bill,' has the potential to save lives and avert serious bodily injury by installing the ignition interlock system on first-time DUI offenders,said Rep. Clymer.