Tennessee Ready for New Ignition Interlock Law

This summer, residents in Tennessee will sleep a little more soundly as a new ignition interlock law goes into effect. According to The Chattanoogan, July 1, 2013 will be the first day that any drunk driver convicted with a .08 BAC level will be required to install an ignition interlock device in vehicles driven for six months. This law also requires the ignition interlock devices with photo capability to be used, helping to eliminate any offender from circumventing the system.  Tennessee is the 18th state in the U.S. to require ignition interlock device installations for drunk driving offenders. Read more here: After July 1, Ignition Interlocks To Be Required After Tennessee DUI Convictions

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