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The customer service rep. gave me all the information I needed and was very friendly and easy to talk with about this decision.”
- Chris, Missouri Intoxalock driver
What to do after getting a DWI can be confusing. Intoxalock is here to help. We have over 20 years of experience helping people just like you install an ignition interlock in Missouri and get back on the road.
Don’t let the thought of installing a ignition interlock (BAIID, IID, car breathalyzer or interlock system) intimidate you. Our law specialists will answer all of your ignition interlock questions and walk you through Missouri State requirements and laws, help you find a local authorized service center and schedule an installation conveniently nearby, to regain your license as quickly as possible.
If you were convicted of a first offense DWI in Missouri, your license will be suspended. You can continue driving by obtaining a Restricted Driving Privilege (RDP). To receive an immediate 90-day RDP, you must install an ignition interlock device and provide proof of insurance. You also have the option of serving a 30-day suspension period before obtaining a 60-day RDP. If you choose this option, you still must install an ignition interlock device and show proof of insurance before regaining driving privileges.
If you were convicted of a second offense DWI in Missouri, your license will be suspended for one year. However, you may still regain your Limited Driving Privilege (LDP) with the installation of an Intoxalock ignition interlock device (BAIID, IID or interlock system) during your suspension.
In order to apply for your LDP you must:
If your second offense is within five years of your prior offense, you will be subject to a five year denial on your record. You must petition the circuit court for a LDP and follow the required steps, including the installation of an ignition interlock device.
In order to reinstate your full driving privileges after suspension, you must:
If you were convicted of a third DWI offense or more in Missouri your license will be subject to a ten year denial. You must petition the circuit court for an Limited Driving Privilege (LDP) and follow the steps required, if you have an active five or ten year denial on your record.
In order to apply for your Limited Driving Privilege (LDP) you must file a petition with the circuit court in the county where you live or work and then complete the following:
If the court grants your LDP, you will be given an Order Granting Limited Driving Privilege and this will be your "driving document". The Department of Revenue must have a copy of this document on file.
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This information is provided as a guideline only. Each case will vary.