Have you been arrested for DUI in Maryland and required to install an ignition interlock?
Are you employed and your employer requires you to drive a company vehicle?
Then you may need to apply for an “ignition interlock employer exclusion.”
If an individual is required to install an ignition interlock on their personal vehicle, they may not drive another vehicle that does not have an ignition interlock installed. This may pose a problem if the driver is employed and required to drive a work vehicle during business hours. There is a solution, it is called the “Ignition Interlock Employer Exclusion.”
There is a way around this problem. A driver must apply for an ignition interlock employer exclusion. To do this, a driver must obtain the following information from their employer.
The information must be on the employer’s letterhead stationery and must include the following information
Once all of this information is collected and enclosed on an employer’s letterhead stationery, it must be mailed to the following address:
Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration
Ignition Interlock Unit
6601 Ritchie Highway N.E., Room 124
Glen Burnie Maryland 21062
The letter can be faxed to 410-762-5099.
Attorney Randolph Rice is a Maryland DUI lawyer. He represents individuals charged with drunk driving in the Maryland District and Circuit Courts. If you have been charged with DUI or DWI in Maryland, contact his office (410) 288-2900 today to schedule a free consultation.