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Interlock devices require drivers to test themselves for alcohol before starting their cars.
If any alcohol is present the device prevents the car from starting, and notifies authorities.
VicRoads claims the interlock program can reduce reoffending by more than 50 per cent.
One North Geelong mechanic has told the Geelong Advertiser he’s noticed an increase in the number of devices his business has been installing in cars.
Police figures show Geelong has among the highest number of drink-drivers in the state.