I' m trying to obtain my ms state driver license but I have a order from the state of missouri requiring me to install an admission interlock on my car. The dui was recieved in 2001 and the interlock went into effect in 2013. I moved from Kansas city Mo in 2009 because of health reason and wasnt driving and now that im improving, I wasnt aware of this new law. I need excess to driving to various appointments. I also have an elder mother who is also ill and need to get to doctor's appointments. I havn't been unable to work or maitain a job for long period of time so money is very limited.I no longer drink and have attend and complete an alcohol abuse program. I want to repect the rules and policies of driving.
Call a MS. lawyer.
In the State of WA, Ignition Interlock Licenses('IIL')are not regulated by the court; they are regulated by the WA Dept. of Licensing. The Court has very little power in WA to force WA DoL to not impose IID requirements. MS may be different, so you should contact a MS lawyer. Good luck.
In Wisconsin it is possible for low-income people to get a reduced price on the Ignition Interlock. I do not know if it is true there, or not, but you can inquire.
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Contact Missouri and let them know you're no longer a resident and see if they need you to file anything that will get the hold off your license.
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