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5 to Drive
By MADD | October 22, 2014

October 19-25 is Teen Driver Safety Week, and it’s a great time for parents to talk to their teen drivers about the risks they face.

   

Status of State Ignition Interlock Laws
 

First Conviction

     

Mandatory with a BAC of .08
or greater

Mandatory with a BAC of .15
or greater

Mandatory with 2nd Conviction

Discretionary

Other

Alabama
(7/14)

Florida
(10/08)

Georgia
(5/99)

California
for any offender

District of Columbia

any offender can choose to go an interlock

Alaska
(1/09)

Iowa**
.10 BAC
(7/95)

Idaho
(10/00)

Kentucky 
for any offender

South Dakota

part of the 24/7 program

Arizona
(9/07)

Maryland
(10/11)

Indiana
(1/15)

North Dakota 
for any offender

Vermont
any offender can choose to go an interlock

Arkansas
(4/09)

Michigan
.17 BAC
(10/10)

Massachusetts
(1/06)

 

 

California Pilot Program*
(7/10)

Minnesota
.16 BAC
(7/11)

Montana
(5/09)

   

Colorado
(1/09)

Nevada
.18 BAC
(7/05)

Ohio
(5/09)

   

Connecticut
(1/12)

New Jersey
(1/10)

Pennsylvania
(10/03)

   

Delaware
(1/15)

North Carolina
(12/07)

 

   

Hawaii
(1/11)

Oklahoma
(11/11)

   

 

Illinois
(1/09)

Rhode Island
(1/15) 
     

Kansas
(7/11)

 South
Carolina

(10/14)
   

 

Louisiana
(7/07)

Texas
(9/05)

     

Maine
(12/13)

Wisconsin
(7/10)

     

Mississippi
(10/14)

Wyoming
(7/09)

     

Missouri
(3/14)

       

Nebraska
(1/09)

       

New Hampshire
(1/16)

       

New Mexico
(6/05)

       

New York
(8/10)

       

Oregon
(1/08)

       

Tennessee
(7/13)

       

Utah
(7/09)

       

Virginia
(7/12)

       

Washington
(1/09)

       

West Virginia
(7/08)

       

(month/year listed note effective date)

* California’s pilot program covers the counties of Los Angeles, Alameda, Sacramento, and Tulare. These counties combined have a population of over 13 million.

** In Iowa, interlocks are required starting on the first conviction for offenders with a BAC of .10 or greater.

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