yeah i told them they need to advertise...say you are new DUI offender and enter the world of interlocks.....do you want one you need to hum a different tone every time or get aborts...have to suck back to the point you're gasping for breath...take more than 8-10 seconds to complete a test...or just do a straight blow....it matters over the long term if a person has to blow for a year or longer... so this company is on the right track when looking at the technology and blow procedure...but like I said...most drunk drivers after getting arrested and still want to drive with interlock does not know how to compare interlock companies...and will settle for cheapest monthly cost thinking they're all the same..
Its held back by the completion of new devices...if they had 5000 of them they could probably get them in drunks vehicles pretty quick...but seem to order 100 at a time....the competition can build devices faster and get them on the market quicker... hard to do the math on this...they have enough states to work in right now ...just need a lot more devices and more installers..
Even a little know stock like this gets taken down so big boys can get cheap shares at 30 cents before the post news run up happens...this sees $1 plus next week..
I've noticed this company and invested in it only because I am in interlock driver and always interested in the advancing technology related to this whole space. As a user I am astonished by the varying degree of technology or lack there of with all the devices available around the USA. There is a LOT of room for improvement. BDIC has an edge with a straight blow (no hum or suck back) technology and at least they say they care about the customer. Its all very cloak and dagger...states make up their own laws in all different kinds of ways, make up their own calibration settings, their own fees and rates...then certify companies and their devices who in turn contract out to installers who wont tell you anything. Current users of #$%$ technology would switch in a heartbeat to anything thats easy to use once they find out about it. or...they are just too lazy to research it and install the cheapest device they can find in their area and then complain about false positives and a host of other problems. So BDIC is in front of the power curve indeed...but need to inform the DUI offenders that there is a HUGE difference between devices and their technology.
As an interlock user thats tried a few different devices....the easy no hum no suck should be wanted by all interlock users...the space is becoming crowded with new devices hitting the market...and as a shareholder I see more users moving over to an easy blow device as time goes on...but need to distinguish it from others through advertising and comparisons..