Pennsylvania DUI Interlock Law Changes in 2017
Under new traffic laws prepared to go into effect in Pennsylvania in 2017, first-time DUI offenders who have a blood alcohol level of 0.10 or higher will be put into the ignition interlock program after six months of a suspended license. Current laws suspend the license of a first-time offender for one year if they have a blood alcohol level of 0.10 or higher. The new laws will suspend the license for six months, and then offer a conditional license that goes with the ignition interlock system for one year.

In 2015, there were approximately 5,500 ignition interlock devices installed on Pennsylvania vehicles. Analysts estimate that this law will raise that number by nearly 12,000 vehicles per year.
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