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Louisiana is a popular vacation spot, especially for big parties like Mardi Gras. But there are still strict laws in place to deter people from drinking and driving. Louisiana has strict DWI laws, and they’ve grown stricter over the years. In 2015, suspension periods were lengthened for most offenses.
There are financial and administrative penalties. Some offenders may be eligible to regain their driving privileges if they install an ignition interlock device approved by the state.
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Louisiana suspends driver’s licenses after all DWI offenses, but some offenders can get back on the road during their suspension period. To do so, they’re required to install an ignition interlock device and meet a variety of other criteria.
DWI offenses are treated very seriously in Louisiana. These laws are in place to hopefully deter people from drinking and driving. If there are injuries or property damages caused by the incident, there may be additional penalties for the offender.
A three-time DWI offender will have their license suspended for at least three years, and more if their BAC is over .20 percent. In addition, there are financial penalties and other requirements like treatment programs and potential community service. Drivers are required to install an IID from an approved provider like Intoxalock. They must present proof of installation before acquiring a restricted license.
Louisiana still has consequences for offenders who refuse to submit to a breath, urine, or blood test when stopped for suspected DWI. If a driver refuses the test, they can be penalized with a one-year license suspension, and their license will be immediately seized. If the driver has a past refusal within 10 years, their license will be suspended for two years and they will be required to have an IID for six months. Offenders are eligible to get a hardship license if they install an ignition interlock device.
Some offenders may be eligible to regain their driving privileges if they agree to install an ignition interlock device. Drivers can then apply for a hardship license. This will allow them to drive to approved places such as work, school, medical appointments, and scheduled treatment. In order to get a restricted license, drivers must:
The court may require additional criteria depending on the specifics of the incident.
Intoxalock is an approved state provider in Louisiana and our devices meet all criteria. We can also help you get back on the road fast. We are fully stocked with devices and can easily install when you’re ready.
Ignition interlock devices are also known as car breathalyzers. The devices are installed and connected to your starter to require a breath test before driving. The devices:
This is typically outlined in the statute, though the court may add on additional time depending on the circumstances of the drunk driving incident.
Intoxalock has more than 4,500 locations nationwide. You can find a location within 15 minutes easily, and we can help.
The offender is responsible for the cost of their own interlock device. Devices cost between $2.50 and $3.50. Intoxalock offers flexible payment options.
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