Summary of the Introduced Bill

HB 1409 -- Ignition Interlock Restricted Driver's Licenses

Sponsor:  Deeken

This bill allows a person who has been convicted of more than two
violations relating to driving while intoxicated to receive an
ignition interlock restricted driver's license for 12 months if
the person has completed an approved driving while under the
influence treatment and monitoring court program or has
maintained sobriety as demonstrated through continuous alcohol
monitoring or twice daily breath testing.  The license will
specify that the person is required to have an ignition interlock
device on all vehicles he or she drives.  If there have been
attempts to operate the vehicle with excessive breath alcohol
concentration, the ignition interlock restricted license will be
continued until 12 consecutive months without attempts to operate
the vehicle have been achieved; otherwise, after the 12-month
period, the person's driver's license will be reinstated.

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94th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
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