A persistent drunk driver continues to need to complete a level II alcohol and drug education and treatment program. But now once driving privileges are restored the driver must also hold a restricted license that mandates the use of an ignition interlock device.The one-year waiting period has been reduced to one month, for drivers over the age of 21, to apply for early reinstatement of their driving privileges with an ignition interlock-restricted license for persistent drunk drivers. The waiting period is now only two months for those who refused tests.
Tough new laws for texters, teens, drunks
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