New Hampshire Ignition Interlock Law Passed

New HampshireWith success rates for drunk driving prevention attributed to the use of ignition interlock devices as a consequence, more states are implementing laws that help drunk driving offenders continue to work, despite their conviction. According to Foster’s Daily Democrat, the state of New Hampshire has passed a law that will allow first-time DUI offenders to obtain a restricted license and ignition interlock device for any vehicles used to travel to and from work, rehabilitation and medical facilities. The law, however, is limited to those places, only, and drivers caught outside of the approved places will be considered driving without a license. Read more here: N.H. House passes 1st-offense DWI bill on voice vote

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