Thirty-eight states currently have laws on the books that require interlocks for some level of first-time offenders. Twenty-four states require a device for all first-time convicted drunk drivers. Lawmakers in Pennsylvania say it is now their turn to implement a mandatory interlock law.
What is the new Texas IID Law all about? The new Texas Ignition Interlock Law, also known as the IID Law (House Bill 2246 – Text Here) requires the use of Ignition Interlock device for all DUI convictions. It also mandates counseling as punishment as a result of Ignition Interlock Device violations. Stiff Penalties for […]
Could the Future Bring Mandatory Ignition Interlock Devices? A recent study completed by the University of Michigan suggests that mandatory ignition interlock devices in every new car could eliminate almost 90% of drunk driving accidents.