Proposed Iowa Ignition Interlock Law Changes

iowa ignition interlock lawIowa is one of several states that is examining its current penalties and restrictions for those convicted of driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. According to DesMoinesRegister.com, Iowa Ignition Interlock Law may change to reflect a better option for convicted OVI offenders. The current Iowa ignition interlock law mandates a 30-day license suspension and limits the ability of a convicted offender to maintain employment and other family obligations. With the proposed changes to Iowa ignition interlock law, OVI offenders will be able to drive, as long as they have installed an ignition interlock device on any vehicles driven. Read more here: Bill allows first-time OWI offenders using interlock device to drive without restriction

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