Mississippi Ignition Interlock Bill Signed

Mississippi ignition interlockWhile perhaps the best way to prevent drunk driving is not to operate a vehicle after consuming alcohol, there are still plenty of people who choose to drink and drive and put lives at risk. According to WTVA, a Mississippi ignition interlock bill was signed into law by Governor Phil Bryant, making the state the 22nd state to include mandatory ignition interlock sentencing for first-time DUI offenders. This Mississippi ignition interlock bill states that any first-time DUI offender must install an ignition interlock device (IID) on vehicles driven for 90 days. In addition, the Mississippi ignition interlock bill states any repeat offenders will be required to install an IID for at least one year after any subsequent DUI convictions. Read more here: Bryant signs ignition interlock bill

Call Now Button