Great question. Unfortunately, SB 598 requires funding before it goes into effect. Since it doesn't have that funding at present, there is no guarantee that it will ever go into effect. As a result, you remain stuck with the 1 year suspension and 18 month classes.
So the end result is that although the installation of in-vehicle breathalyzer machine might reduce your suspension, that certainly won't occur until after July 1, 2010, if at all.
Mr. Middlebrook's answer is accurate. The implementation of SB598 will require an independent (non-tate)source of funding. There has been no indication that the funding is or will be available. There are those who are interested in promoting this bill, but I am not aware of the funding being in place. A restricted license would only be available after July of 2010 and IF finding is provided.
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