Who’s My Ignition Interlock Contact If I Live In An Administrative State?

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It’s important to know who your monitoring authority is during your Ignition Interlock program. Some states are judicial-based, which means the courts will be your point of contact.

Others, however, are administrative states. These types of states usually mean your monitoring authority will be a state agency, such as your DMV or DPS office during your time with your Ignition Interlock. DMV means the Department of Motor Vehicles, and DPS stands for Department of Public Safety. Your state might have a different name for these specific departments.

Here’s the list of current administrative states and the appropriate contacts for information regarding your Ignition Interlock.

Arizona: Department of Motor Vehicles (MVD) Ignition Interlock page

Arkansas: The Department of Finance and Administration’s Driver Control office

Colorado: Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)

Connecticut: Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)

Hawaii: Administrative Driver’s License Revocation Office (ADLRO)

Florida: Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMCV)

Georgia: Department of Driver Services (DDS)

Illinois: Secretary of State (SOS)’s BAIID page

Indiana: The Department of Toxicology

Iowa: The Department of Transportation (DOT) Driver’s License page

Kansas: Department of Revenue (DOR) – Driver Solutions page

Louisiana: Office of Motor Vehicles Reinstating License page

Maine: Secretary of State Restoration Eligibility with Ignition Interlock page

Maryland: Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) Impaired Driving Laws page

Massachusetts: Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV)

Nebraska: The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Ignition Interlock Permit page

New Jersey: Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) Ignition Interlock page

Oklahoma: Board of Tests (BOT) Ignition Interlock page

Oregon: Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Suspensions, Revocations and Cancellations page

Pennsylvania: Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Suspensions page on Ignition Interlock Limited License information and more

Rhode Island: Division of Motor Vehicles Driver Control Reinstatement page

Vermont: Department of Motor Vehicles

West Virginia: Department of Motor Vehicles

Wyoming: Department of Transportation Driver Services Program

Although you can double-check your Interlock removal date and the terms of your order with your monitoring authority, anything specific to your Ignition Interlock program can be answered by Smart Start’s customer service team. We offer round-the-clock assistance for any information or help you may need at (800) 831-3299.

Don’t see your state? You may be in a judicial or hybrid program area.

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