No. the device and monitoring service are designed to avoid potential cheating. The Kansas interlock statue states “if such person is convicted of a violation of the restrictions, such person’s driving privileges shall be suspended for an additional year, in addition to any term of suspension or restriction as provided in subsection (a) or (b) of K.S.A. 8-1014, and amendments thereto.”, this means that if you violate the interlock rules by cheating, you may face up to one more year of suspension.
Can I Have A Sober Friend Start My Interlock Device?
No, that won’t work because you will have to keep blowing on it at red lights on the way home or whenever you may stop the car for long enough. So there is no point in having a friend start it for you if you run the possibility of having it stall at a red light or stop, and then getting your driving privileges extended for another year.