A person is convicted of their 2nd DUI and an IID (Ignition interlock device) is ordered placed on their vehicle. Despite this fact they use a relatives vehicle to "save gas" but really likely just to get around the IID. Is that person with the IID not prohibited from using a vehicle without that device?
That person's license is only valid for vehicles with an IID installed in them. Driving a vehicle without an IID in it is operating after revocation.
This answer is provided for general information only. No legal advice can be given without a consult as to the specifics of the case.
OAR charges for driving a vehicle without an IID installed are very common, and jail is the usual result, particularly when you are still within the court imposed initial period of revocation. Although you can apply for exceptions sometimes, such as for motorcycles, those requests are not always granted, forcing you to change your driving habits or change vehicles. Talk to your lawyer about the details if you need an exception.
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