When your license is confiscated by the police officer you have 20 days before the revocation takes effect.
After installation, you will need to sign and have notarized an Affidavit for Ignition Interlock License.
You can now obtain an interlock license at any New Mexico State MVD field office. Bring identification, proof of interlock installation, notarized Affidavit and proof of insurance, and pay the license fee.
Complete the None for the Road DWI Awareness Program.
The national average is $3 a day for an ignition interlock (IID) in New Mexico. While it’s nice to save money, the cheapest blow and go device may not be the best value for your wallet. It’s important to take into consideration the customer service provided, the device installer and the device quality.
At LifeSafer, our IIDs go through the best quality control process out there. Before it heads to your local installation center, each device is meticulously tested and calibrated. When it reaches your NM installer, highly trained specialists will know how to install your device, no matter what kind of make or model your vehicle is. If you need us, our customer service department is ready to help you throughout your program.
This isn’t something you should have to do alone. That’s why LifeSafer is here to help every step of the way. That’s the value you get with LifeSafer.
Navigating DWI laws in New Mexico can be difficult. That’s why LifeSafer partners with experienced DWI attorneys and treatment centers throughout the state to provide our clients with accurate legal advice. Call us now at 800-634-3077 and a knowledgeable Customer Support Consultant will guide you through the steps to regaining your freedom to drive.