DWI Interlock Privileges are complex.
DWIs are political in nature. The legislature is continuing to create barriers between citizens and their driver’s licenses, which only compounds the problems.
If you have a blood alcohol content above .15, you cannot get a driving privilege for 45 days. Afterwards, you must have an interlock installed on your vehicle for 365 days, with a valid license or privilege. DWI Interlock Privileges are complex, indeed.
Prior DWI convictions lead to interlock privileges as well. For the answers to all of your DWI interlock privilege questions, contact the top rated DWI trial attorneys at Garrett, Walker, Aycoth and Olson. We return every phone call, every day!