Indiana Ignition Interlock Information

In the state of Indiana, a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device (BAIID) may be required to regain driving privileges after an Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated (OVWI) offense. The offender is responsible for all costs associated with the BAIID.

In the case of a first offense OVWI in Indiana, the offender’s license will be suspended for 90 days to two years. The offender may be able to regain their driving privileges with a probationary license after serving 30 days of their suspension. The offender must then visit a license branch and provide present documents of identification (including your social security number, lawful status and Indiana residency), provide a signed log of supervised driving, pass a driving test, pass a knowledge examination and pass a vision screening test.

In the case of a second offense OVWI in Indiana, the offender’s license will be suspended for one to two years if previous conviction was less than five years ago and 180 days to two years if the conviction occurred more than five years ago, but less than ten years. The offender may be able to regain their driving privileges with a probationary license after serving one year if the previous conviction was less than five years ago or after 180 days if the previous conviction was more than five years, but less than ten years ago. The offender must then visit a license branch and provide present documents of identification (including your social security number, lawful status and Indiana residency), provide a signed log of supervised driving, pass a driving test, pass a knowledge examination and pass a vision screening test.

If the offender’s previous conviction was ten or more years ago, their license will be suspended for 90 days to two years. If the chemical test was refused, the probationary license will not be permitted. The offender may be able to regain their driving privileges with a probationary license after serving 30 days. The offender must then visit a license branch and provide present documents of identification including your social security number, lawful status and Indiana residency), provide a signed log of supervised driving, pass a driving test, pass a knowledge examination and pass a vision screening test.

Each case may vary depending on the details of your offense or court order. If you have questions, do not hesitate to give us a call at (877) 275-3974.

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