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Driving a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) over the legal limit of 0.08%
Driving a vehicle with a BAC of .02 if you are a minor
CONNECTICUT IGNITION INTERLOCK LAWS
Individuals who have been arrested and charged with certain types of DUI violations may be ordered to complete the Ignition Interlock Device (IID) program. This program mandates that an approved breathalyzer device must be installed in each of the vehicles that the individual operates. This is done to prevent subsequent arrests for DUI and to protect the safety of the community at large.
REINSTATING A SUSPENDED CONNECTICUT LICENSE
Ignition Interlock Device Program – If you are suspended for a DUI or OUI, you will be required to install an Ignition Interlock Device (IID) before your driver's license can be reinstated in Connecticut. Below are the steps you can take to enter the Ignition Interlock Device Program:
If you are not the owner of record for the vehicle, the registered owner must complete part 2
Contact one of the Connecticut-approved IID vendors to schedule an appointment to have the IID installed. The installer will complete part 3 of the application.
Submit the completed P-246 form. If the vehicle is registered outside Connecticut submit a copy of the valid registration certificate
Pay the $175.00 restoration fee and the $100.00 IID Administration fee. Fees may be paid by a check or money order made payable to DMV and submitted with your IID application or you can pay the fees online
Mail your IID application to:
Department of Motor Vehicles
Driver Services Division
60 State Street
Wethersfield, Connecticut 06161-1013
**You may have other suspension matters, in addition to the IID, which must be resolved in order to be reinstated.
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