Rhode Island Ignition Interlock Requirements Increase

Rhode Island ignition interlock With more states in the U.S. requiring the mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device (IID) for first-time DUI/DWI convictions than ever, laws across the country are beginning to reflect the positive effect these devices have on keeping our streets safe. The Jamestown Press reports that Rhode Island ignition interlock law is changing, due in part to the statistical proof that IIDs work to combat repeat DUI offenses. The State Senate recently approved a change to Rhode Island ignition interlock requirements, allowing the courts in the state to require the installation of an IID on a DUI offender’s vehicle. This change in Rhode Island ignition interlock requirements will increase the safety of roads for all drivers, passengers and pedestrians. Read more here: Senate passes bill for DUI ignition interlock

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