Here’s yet another recent bill that creates harsher penalties for DUI convictions in California:
In late February, assemblyman Mike Feuer introduced a bill that requires an ignition interlock device (IDD) to be installed on any vehicle that is owned or operated by a person convicted of DUI. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and the California Highway Patrol are the sponsors of the bill.
Currently, IDDs are a common penalty for those with prior DUI convictions. This bill would require all offenders to pay for the installation, rental fees and maintenance of these devices, which can amount to a costly monthly expense.
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