Your driver’s license will be administratively suspended for 90 days if you are arrested for impaired driving. The arresting officer will issue a temporary 30-day license at the time of arrest, but you must follow the instructions to obtain a probationary license to continue driving. You must complete an alcohol assessment before applying for a probationary license. A probationary license will not be issued if you have an interlock requirement.
Wyoming ignition interlock laws require that an ignition interlock device (IID) be installed on all vehicles for anyone convicted of a DUI with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of .15 or greater, as well as second and subsequent DUI offenses regardless of the driver’s BAC. Depending on the driver’s record, the interlock must be installed for a period of 6 months to one’s entire lifetime.
If you are convicted of operating under the influence of intoxicating liquor, first offense, it is considered a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment for not more than six (6) months, a fine of not more than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), or both. For second and subsequent convictions, the penalties increase.
Wyoming also offers deferred prosecution for impaired driving cases, in which case an interlock must be installed. You can purchase an interlock device here.
Wyoming offers Court Supervised Treatment Programs (also known as DUI Courts) for qualifying offenders in certain locations. For more information, click here.
Every situation and state is unique, please consult with your attorney or your state licensing authority to confirm your requirements and obligations. Learn more here.
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An interlock license can help you reduce or avoid suspension and keep you driving when and where you need to. Here’s how to get back on the road after a DUI in Wyoming – quickly, safely, and legally.
You will receive notification from the Department of Motor Vehicles if you require an ignition interlock.
Provide a copy of the ignition interlock device installation certificate to the Department.
File SR-22 insurance rider. Your insurance company can help you with this.
Apply for a special “IIR” restricted driver’s license.
Pay the $50 reinstatement fee, regular driver license fee, and the $100 ignition interlock administrative fee.
In-car breathalyzers (ignition interlock devices) cost about $3 per day, on average. This figure is the same in Wyoming as it is across most of the rest of the country.
Your local authorized Wyoming interlock installation center is constantly updating its training and calibration service so your program runs smoothly.
Get your program off smoothly. Our installation checklist will make sure you have all your information in one place.
And we email to send 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.