20Apr 2015

What Is An Interlock Ignition Device, And Will I Have To Use One?

An interlock ignition device is a device that is attached to your car's ignition and must be blown through to allow the car to start. When it is blown through there must be no alcohol present, or the car will not start. Also, the driver will have to blow through the device at random times during their drive. In Vermont, the State's Ignition Interlock Device program can be used as a way to earn back the privilege of having your driver's license. It will involve a great commitment on your part and one that will include serious penalties if you agree to it, and do not follow the program. Make sure you are serious about following the program's rules if you choose this option. If you have been arrested or charged with DUI for any substance and you live in Essex, Burlington, South Burlington, Winooski, Colchester, Williston or anywhere in the State of Vermont, call the Law Office of C Jordan Handy to discuss your case.