Ignition Interlock Device Arkansas
Low Cost Interlock is the leading provider of ignition interlock device services in Arkansas. We are dedicated to providing each of our customers with expert service and guidance from some of the most knowledgeable, skilled technicians in the business. We use the best tools and software available to provide a device that is designed for greater efficiency and reliability, ensuring accurate results to get you on the road faster. You can find dozens of Arkansas ignition interlock device installation locations throughout the state, ensuring that you get the help you need, wherever you are. Click here to find the closest installation location near you.
Ignition Interlock Device Laws in Arkansas
Arkansas has an implied consent law, which states that by owning an Arkansas driver’s license, you automatically give an officer of the law permission to administer a chemical test if they suspect that you are driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If you refuse to take the test, you are breaking the implied consent law, leading to a license suspension from the Department of Finance and Administration. A first offense chemical test refusal usually results in a suspension of 180 days, and subsequent offenses will increase this suspension period. It should be noted that implied consent law offenses are separate from DWI offenses if you are found guilty in court.
Along with criminal penalties, you will likely suffer administrative penalties from the state’s Department of Finance and Administration, usually in the form of a license suspension.
- First offense: Six-month license suspension
- Second offense: Two-year license suspension
- Third offense: 30-month license suspension
- Fourth offense: Permanent license revocation
On top of a suspension, you may be required to enroll in a drug and alcohol treatment and education program.
You will likely suffer further penalties if you are found guilty of a DWI in court. These penalties may include a license suspensions, fines, jail time, and the installation of an ignition interlock device.
Arkansas City, KS 67005
Tims Auto Repair
401 E Madison
Arkansas City, KS 67005
In order to reinstate your license, you must complete an approved drug and alcohol treatment program for each offense and pay a fee of $150 for each offense. Once your license has been reinstated, you must maintain a clean record to avoid accruing administrative points.
Low Cost Interlock offers the most affordable ignition interlock device in Arkansas, ensuring that you don’t have to break the bank in order to complete your IID program. Our technicians are dedicated to guiding you through each step of the process to make sure you know exactly how to operate your car breathalyzer. If you have questions about ignition interlock devices in Arkansas or need an IID installed, please contact our Low Cost Interlock customer service today.