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California Administrative Per Se:
When an individual is stopped or arrested the officer takes your license and issues a temporary 30-day driving permit. This license action is separate from any criminal charges you face related to your DUI arrest. You can continue to drive in California and avoid suspension after a DUI arrest if you install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle.
Criminal Consequences for California DUI:
If you are convicted of a DUI offense, penalties apply, based on the number of times you have been convicted of DUI, if there was a crash or injury while you were driving under the influence and how much time has elapsed between the convictions.
How do I get a California Restricted Driving License with an Ignition Interlock?
Enroll in and complete a certified DUI treatment program.
Call LifeSafer Ignition Interlock at 855-478-9884 to schedule your IID installation
Call your insurance company to obtain an SR-22 certificate.
Apply for an interlock license at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Criminal Penalties for repeat violations
After the first DUI, the fines, treatment, and other punishment may include jail time, long-term alcohol treatment, and vehicle forfeiture.