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Ignition Interlock installation in Missouri

How do I get a Restricted Driving Privilege in Missouri?

This option is only available for first offenders. To qualify, offenders must install an ignition interlock device and meet other criteria, including:

  • Complete and submit their request for an Immediate 90-day Restricted Driving Privilege form, within 15 days of being notified that driving privileges are suspended or revoked
  • Install and file proof of installation for an IID approved by the state
  • File proof of SR-22 insurance
  • Complete all other court requirements

How do I get a Limited Driving Privilege in Missouri?

Repeat offenders are not eligible for the Restricted Driving Privilege option, but in some cases, they may apply for a Limited Driving Privilege. Sometimes this is referred to as a hardship license. There is no option for a limited commercial driver’s license. To qualify, offenders must either submit an application to the Department of Revenue or petition the court.

Offenders without a previous offense in the last five or 10 years can submit an application to the Department of Revenue, and they also need to:

  • Complete the Application for Limited Driving Privilege Form
  • Obtain and show proof of SR-22 insurance coverage
  • If there is more than one offense or their license is currently revoked, offenders must provide proof of IID installation
  • Must keep IID installed during the entire time they have the LDP

Offenders with an active five or 10-year denial on their record cannot simply apply for a Limited Driving Privilege - they must petition the circuit court in the county where they live or work. Other things the offender must do to qualify, include:

  • Pay a filing fee and court costs associated with the petition
  • Pay any legal fees if necessary
  • Submit a form proving SR-22 insurance coverage
  • If there is more than one alcohol offense or an active Chemical Revocation on the driver’s record, they must submit proof that an IID has been installed in any vehicle the offender operates.

If the court approves the petition, the offender will receive an Order Granting Limited Driving Privilege.

Intoxalock MO Interlock Devices

MO ignition interlock law requires IID installation for many DWI penalties, and in some situations requires the ignition interlock to be equipped with a camera as well. The court or statute will dictate what type of IID is required.

What is an Ignition Interlock Device?

An ignition interlock device MO, or IID, is a small device installed in your vehicle which:

  • Does not allow you to start the car without passing a Breath Alcohol Content test
  • Will request you retest your Breath Alcohol Content (BrAC) during trips to ensure continued sobriety

How long is a MO Interlock device required?

This is determined by statute, and the court may require it for longer than initially planned. Typically, the IID must be used during the entire limited driving privilege period.

Intoxalock MO Ignition Interlock Devices

Intoxalock has more locations than any other provider in Missouri, so it should be easy for you to find a shop near you to have your device installed. The Missouri Department of Transportation must approve the device that is installed, and they receive all reports of passes and failures for offenders with devices installed.

Ignition Interlock Cost in Missouri

Missouri offenders are responsible for the cost of their own ignition interlock device. Typically, the devices are leased as opposed to purchased outright. The device costs approximately $2.50 to $3.50 per day to lease.

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DWI Attorneys in MO

It can be daunting to face court proceedings for a DWI. An attorney can guide you and can represent your best interests in a DWI case. Intoxalock partners with many in your area who can help.

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