The ignition interlock requirement comes into effect post-conviction and after you have served any suspension.
"The department shall require that, after any applicable period of suspension, revocation, or denial of driving privileges, a person may drive only a motor vehicle equipped with a functioning ignition interlock device if the person is convicted [of a DUI or Physical Control offense]."
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Washington state requires an ignition interlock on any vehicle you drive from the date you enter a guilty plea or are convicted of a DUI.
Washington state requires an ignition interlock on any vehicle you drive from the date you enter a guilty plea or are convicted of a DUI and once your license is reinstated.
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