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Information on Indiana DWI and Ignition Interlock Laws
Indiana ignition interlock laws require that an ignition interlock device (IID, also known as an in-car breathalyzer) is installed on an offender’s vehicle after the 2nd violation of Indiana OWI laws.
Every situation and state is unique, please consult with your attorney or your state licensing authority to confirm your requirements and obligations.
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A 1st OWI offense is a Class C Misdemeanor charge carrying penalties including probation, a $500 fine, license suspension up to 90 days, and if the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is .15 or over, a jail sentence of up to 60 days.
A 2nd OWI offense is a Class D felony charge carrying penalties including a jail term of between five days and three years, and at least 180 hours of community service. Your license will be suspended for between 90 days and two years, and you also face fines of up to $10,000. In Indiana, you are labeled a second-time offender if you have had a previous OWI conviction within the last five years. You may also have to undergo drug and alcohol assessment and treatment. You may be eligible to obtain probationary driving privileges after serving an initial period of your suspension. As a condition of obtaining driving privileges, you may be required to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle.
A 3rd OWI offense is a Class D Felony, warranting between 10 days and three years in jail, 360 hours of community service and a fine of up to $10,000. Your license can be suspended for up to two years and you will have to undergo a drug and alcohol assessment and treatment. You may be eligible to obtain probationary driving privileges after serving an initial period of your suspension. As a condition of obtaining driving privileges, you may be required to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle.
How much does an ignition interlock cost in Indiana?
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