Each year, more than 350,000 people are given
a second chance to make a safer choice.
Sober driving technology, including ignition interlocks, give people the opportunity daily to make a better choice.
Rather than punitive measures that force people out of society, technology, like ignition interlocks, allows for users to return to their daily routines while still having boundaries in place to prevent repeated impaired driving. With this solution, people can continue to drive to work, care for their children, or access needed support.
National Polling Shows Universal IID Support
2022 Legislative Updates
SB 1334 strengthens Arizona’s ignition interlock laws by expediting the timeline for which a DUI offender can receive an IID. This bill allows the offender to obtain the device after arrest rather than following current waiting period, allowing an IID installed in a timelier manner while incentivizing the use of life-saving safety devices.
HB 2377 further incentivizes the installation of ignition interlock devices for DUI offenders while providing increased oversight to the state IID program. This legislation allows for the reinstatement of a license for offenders who have followed IID program guidelines and garnered no further alcohol or drug-related convictions, while removing financial hardship to obtaining IIDs.
SB 55 expedites the timeline for the use of ignition interlock devices in Colorado by permitting a DUI offender to obtain an IID immediately upon revocation of their license. This bill allows the offender to obtain the device after arrest allowing an IID installed in a timelier manner while incentivizing the use of life-saving safety devices.
SB 882 requires that when bail is considered for DUI offenders, courts must require the offender to only operate a motor vehicle with a functioning ignition interlock device – unless the courts determine that such an action is not in the best interest of justice and public safety. This legislation expedites the timeline for installing IIDs in the vehicles of proven drunk drivers, immediately stopping them from endangering the lives of others on roadways as they await prosecution.
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