If you have a two year interlock requirement, chances are this is your second or greater per se revocation and/or you had a blood or breath test result of .17 or greater. There are two circumstances where a two year interlock is required under the Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles administrative regulations and there may be other circumstances. Unfortunately once you get a two year interlock condition of reinstatement of your driver's license, it cannot be terminated prior to the end of the two years.
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Unfortunately, this was created by the state legislature. The only way to change it would be to convince them to change state law.
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