How can suspended drivers legally drive in Pennsylvania? Pursuant to legislation that went into effect August 25, 2017 and October 2018, certain individuals whose driver’s licenses have been suspended because of a DUI conviction or a refusal to submit to BAC testing are now eligible for an Ignition Interlock Limited License (IILL). With an Ignition Interlock Limited License a person may operate a vehicle equipped with an Ignition Interlock system during part or all of the term of his license suspension – effectively allowing a suspended driver to drive. When an Ignition Interlock system is installed in a vehicle, the driver must blow into a device which will not allow the vehicle to start if alcohol is detected. The average cost of an Ignition Interlock system is between $900 and $1,300 a year. We can help our clients to get discounted rates on the Ignition Interlock system, effectively helping them to pay our fees.
Please call us at (215) 997-1000 if you would like to retain an attorney to apply for an Ignition Interlock Limited License or obtain our discount for an Ignition Interlock system. See the below chart for eligibility requirements: