Colorado changing its Ignition Interlock Laws

 

Under the Colorado Express Consent Law, a person can find his or her privilege to drive revoked for driving with a BAC of 0.08 or above, or for refusing to give a blood alcohol test.

 

ecember 10, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Many states have mandatory ignition interlock laws. They require individuals who lose their driver's license because of an alcohol offense to install an interlock before reinstating their privilege to drive. The interlock device requires the motorist to provide a breath sample before the vehicle will start. Then, while driving the driver is randomly required to give additional breath samples. The driver must pay to have the interlock installed in his or her vehicle and pay a monthly fee while installed.

 

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