As of July 1st, the law will change for first-time offenders. The revocation will now be based on a court conviction. The DMV will no longer be able to revoke a license after an arrest based on the arresting officer’s filed statement. Now the DMV will have to wait for a court conviction of a DUI offense.
Having an ignition interlock license in West Virginia can help reduce suspension and keep you driving when and where you need to. LifeSafer offers complete installation and monitoring on a wide range of vehicles to help you maintain compliance with West Virginia DUI conviction restrictions.
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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You may apply to participate in the WV Motor Vehicle Alcohol Test & Lock Program. If accepted to the Motor Vehicle Alcohol Test & Lock Program you will need to serve a 15 day revocation period and install an Ignition Interlock device for six months, for program participants who had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .15 or greater, the revocation period is 45 days, followed by nine months with an interlock.
Complete and submit an Application for the Alcohol Test & Lock Program to the West Virginia DMV for approval.
Call LifeSafer Ignition Interlock at 800-634-3077 to schedule your ignition interlock installation. You must have the Ignition Interlock device (IID) installed within six months of the date of application for the Alcohol Test and Lock Program.
You must be driven to the appointment for the ignition Interlock device installation and to the DMV to get an Interlock restricted license by a licensed driver.
Enroll in a state-approved DUI Safety and Treatment Program. You can find the list of approved providers and more information here.
In the state of West Virginia, the price of an ignition interlock (IID) mirrors the national average of $3 per day. But, if you’re looking for more than a cheap in-car breathalyzer, LifeSafer offers unbeatable value.
LifeSafer IID is thoroughly tested and calibrated to the highest standards and then installed by trained specialists at your WV service center. If you have any issues during your program, one of our customer service and reporting specialists is ready to assist you. That’s why LifeSafer has been trusted for over 30 years.
Get your interlock program in West Virginia off smoothly. Our installation checklist will make sure you have all your information in one place.
And we email reminders before each appointment to help you stay on track. If you can’t make your appointment, please call us more than 24 hours in advance to avoid potential missed appointment fees.