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Georgia Ignition Interlock Law Strengthened

As of July 1st 2013 the state of Georgia strengthened the law relating to how long a person convicted of OUI would have to use an ignition interlock device.

Under old Georgia legislation DUI / OUI offenders had to install and maintain a functioning ignition interlock device in each vehicle that is registered in that person’s name and in any other motor vehicle that the person drives for a minimum period of 8 months following drivers license restoration.

New Georgia ignition interlock legislation now requires a DUI / OUI offender to install and maintain an ignition interlock device (IID) in any vehicle registered too, or driven by that person for a minimum period of one year instead of eight months.

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