Ignition Interlock Device Laws

  • Drivers may apply for reinstated driving privileges after 30 days of an administrative license suspension for DUI.
  • In most cases, installation of an interlock device will be a condition of the reinstatement according to Oregon ignition interlock device laws.
  • The court may also order any offender to participate in an alcohol or substance abuse evaluation and treatment program.
  • First-time offenders may also apply for an ignition interlock device to regain privileges after 30 days of a court-ordered suspension.
  • Second-time offenders must wait a year before applying, and those with three or more convictions must wait 10 years.
  • The period during which the interlock device must remain installed may be as long as two years.

License Suspension

Administrative Suspension

DUI laws in Oregon state that any driver who fails a field breathalyzer test with a BAC of .08% or refuses to take a test is subject to an administrative license suspension of three months.

Judicial Suspension

A separate court-ordered suspension and fines will be imposed on any driver convicted of DUI.

DUI Penalties and Fees in Oregon

1st Offense Fine: Minimum $1,000
Jail Time: Minimum 2 days
Period of License Suspension: 1 year
2nd Offense Fine: Minimum $1,500
Jail Time: 2 days to 1 year
Period of License Suspension: 3 years
3rd Offense Fine: Minimum $2,000
Jail Time: 2 days to 1 year
Period of License Suspension: Lifetime

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Source(s): Or. Rev. Stat. § 813.010, 813.602
DMV.org: The DMV Made Simple. DUI & DWI in Oregon. Retrieved April 17, 2017 from http://www.dmv.org/or-oregon/automotive-law/dui.php

Last Updated: November 13, 2019

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