• 5 months for a first DUI offense and
• 1 year for a second DUI offense.
If you are subject to this law, once you get the license, you can drive anywhere at any time. People in non-pilot counties are not being ordered to place the device on their vehicles but they also don’t get to drive anywhere at any time option. They are subject to the normal restricted license that only allows them to drive to work and the DUI school and don’t even have the option of placing the IID on their vehicle to take advantage of the non-restricted driving privilege.There is an exception for driving an employer’s vehicle and currently, there is no IID that can be fitted for motorcycles, so there is no way to ride one until you qualify to get your regular license back.
Another state wide change affecting people with prior DUIs, within 10 years of a prior conviction, is the ability to get a license back much sooner and with no real driving restrictions other than having the IID. In order for you to qualify though, you can’t be on probation for the prior DUI when you are arrested for the new DUI. So, for example, if you had one prior DUI within 10 years of a new arrest for DUI, you could elect to put the IID on your vehicle and get a license back after only 90 days.
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