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What is BAIID:
BAIID is the acronym for Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device. The BAIID Program was instituted in Illinois in 2009. This program makes it possible for many individuals, who have been arrested for the offense of DUI, to drive their vehicle without restriction, provided their vehicle is equipped with a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device (BAIID).
In order to start your BAIID-equipped vehicle, you must first blow into the BAIID (similar to a breathalyzer), which will analyze your breath-alcohol concentration. If you have an acceptable breath-alcohol concentration the vehicle will start. While driving, you must also periodically blow into the BAIID to ensure that a sober person did not start your car for you.