Nebraska Ignition Interlock DUI Laws

Nebraska Interlock Process

If this is not your 1st DUI offense or if you refused to take the chemical test, you may have a required no-drive period. First-time offenders who failed a chemical test do not have a required no-drive period. However, prior offenders who failed a chemical test have a 45-day no-drive period and all offenders who refused a chemical test have a 90-day no-drive period.

How do I get an interlock license?

  • Call the Department of Motor Vehicles at 402-471-3985 to find out whether you are eligible to apply for an Ignition Interlock Permit.

  • Once your verify your eligibility, call LifeSafer Ignition Interlock at 800-634-3077 to schedule your ignition interlock installation. Ask about discounts and special offers!

  • Apply for your IIP (Ignition Interlock Permit). All necessary paperwork and eligibility requirements must be submitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles, Financial Responsibility Division in Lincoln, Nebraska.

  • Application requirements include Nebraska residency, a current certificate of LifeSafer installation, a current driver’s license (to be surrendered) and reinstatement of any other open suspensions or revocations.

  • Visit ClickDMV.ne.gov to learn more about application requirements and to download forms.

Ignition Interlock Cost

How much does an interlock cost in Nebraska?

An ignition interlock (IID) is about $3 per day on average in Nebraska, but what you are paying for goes beyond the device. LifeSafer 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 our customers. Your Nebraska 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.

Convenient LifeSafer interlock installers throughout Nebraska