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Illinois IIDs for All DUIs

On Behalf of | May 28, 2015 | Blog, Legislation


Illinois IIDs will be required for all DUI offenders if the Illinois Legislature has its way. House Bill 1377 will require all motorists convicted of DUI in the Prairie State to install an breath alcohol ignition interlock device in any vehicle they drive. The bill was passed unanimously by the Illinois House and Senate, and Governor Bruce Rauner is expected to sign it.

If the Illinois IIDs bill becomes law, any motorist convicted of even a first offense DUI will be required to have a notation marked on their driver’s license requiring an IID to be installed on any car they drive-even a rental car.