At the time of arrest, you were given a receipt for your driver’s license. This receipt serves as a temporary permit to drive and is valid for a period of 30 days. You should contact the court and request a trial date and an extension of this driving permit.
If you do not contact the court within 30 days and obtain a court order extending your temporary permit, your driving privilege will be suspended for a period of 90 days.
Contract your insurance company and obtain an SR22 insurance certificate.
To get you Interlock restricted license the court must send in your copy of the DUI ticket, with an order of conditions of Non-Adjudication or a court abstract stating Interlock restricted license for 120 days or suspension of a 120 days. All documents should be mailed from the court within 5 business days of going to court. You should call DPS DUI department prior to going to DL station to get license to make sure your court documents have been received and entered into the system at DPS.
Take all forms and pay all fees to your local driver’s license service office.
For a second or subsequent offense, different suspension periods and restrictions apply. Check the Mississippi DUI Department website for details.
An interlock is about $3 per day on average. What you are paying for goes beyond the device, however. Our IIDs are tested and calibrated for accuracy before ever going out the door. Our customer service and reporting specialists are also part of LifeSafer’s value to customers. Your local authorized Mississippi installation center is constantly updating their training and calibration service so your program runs smoothly and we can install an interlock on any vehicle. There is a lot riding on your device working properly and LifeSafer invests in accuracy and ease of use.