Ignition Interlock Device Laws

  • DUI laws in Missouri state that offenders who have had their licenses suspended may apply for a reinstatement of limited driving privileges in order to drive to work or to other vital locations as approved by the law.
  • In order to qualify for the reinstated privileges, those with two or more DUI convictions must install an ignition interlock device on any vehicle they drive.
  • Offenders with five- or ten-year suspensions must install an interlock device that is equipped with a camera, and the court may also require that the device be equipped with a GPS unit.
  • According to Missouri ignition interlock device laws, first-time offenders can usually receive limited driving privileges without the installation of an interlock device, but the device may be required even of first-time offenders at the discretion of the court.

License Suspension

In Missouri, drivers who are convicted of DUI face license suspensions with a duration from 30 days for a first offense to up to five years for a second offense. Upon third or subsequent offenses, the suspension period is 10 years.

DUI Penalties and Fees in Missouri

1st Offense (misdemeanor) Fine: Up to $500
Jail Time: Up to 6 months
Period of License Suspension: 30 days
2nd Offense (class A misdemeanor) Fine: Up to $1,000
Jail Time: Up to 1 year with a minimum of 5 days
Period of License Suspension: 1 year
3rd Offense (class D felony) Fine: Up to $5,000
Jail Time: Up to 4 years with minimum of 10 days
Period of License Suspension: 10 years

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Source(s): Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 302.440
Free Advice: Legal. Retrieved April 17, 2017 from http://criminal-law.freeadvice.com/criminal-law/drunk_driving/missouri-dui.htm
577.010 Missouri Department of Revenue. Retrieved April 17, 2017 from http://dor.mo.gov/drivers/ldp.php#iid

Last Updated: November 13, 2019

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