Connecticut Ignition Interlock Bill Supported by M.A.D.D.

ignition interlock  As more states continue to push ignition interlock legislation to curb drunk drivers, Connecticut is advancing its laws immediately, with much support from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). According to The Bridgeport News, Connecticut’s SB 465 will focus on all drunk driving offenders in the state, including first-time offenders and those who opt into sobriety programs. The drunk driving offenders will have to install ignition interlock devices (IIDs) in any vehicles driven, in order to ensure their sobriety. While Connecticut has already had the ignition interlock requirement for first-time offenders, this bill leaves no exception to the sentencing, which was a problem within the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles. Read more here: MADD applauds Connecticut lawmakers

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