If you have no prior alcohol related revocation on your driving record (including a .02 "zero tolerance" violation), then the DOT will not require an IID when you reinstate your driving privileges. The grace of a deferred judgment doesn't factor into it. If you obtain a temporary restricted license during the 180 day revocation, then chances are you would need an IID for the work permit unless your chemical test was between .08 and .10 and there was no accident or personal injury to another. But as far as reinstatement is concerned once the 180 day revocation period ends, an IID should only be required if you have a previous revocation on your certified driving record.Ask a similar question
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