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Virginia’s recently-passed ignition interlock law has set off a debate between groups battling drunk driving and those that represent offenders about whether the new law goes too far. An ignition interlock system works by disabling the car if the driver has been drinking. A car with an installed ignition interlock will not start if the …Learn More
First-time driving under the influence (DUI) offenders could soon be forced to install an ignition interlock system on their cars. The Senate recently passed House Bill 279, which extends current ignition interlock requirements to those who’ve been convicted of only one DUI. Virginia requires an ignition interlock device for repeat DUI offenders — those who’ve been convicted …Learn More