– 6 months for failing a chemical test
– 1 year for refusing a chemical test
-Under 21- 1 year for failing or refusing a chemical test
2nd or Subsequent Offense
– 1 year for failing a chemical test or refusing a chemical test
Proof of financial
MVD-10456, Affidavit For
Ignition Interlock License
It is an in-car breathalyzer that measures how much alcohol your breath contains. You may have heard them called anything from in-car breathalyzers to car interlocks or even blow-and-goes. Based upon DWI laws in New Mexico, BAIIDs are used to prevent drivers from starting their vehicles while under the influence of alcohol. When a device registers test results above a pre-set limit, the vehicle just won’t start.
The device requires servicing and re-calibration every 30 to 60 days by an authorized service center. This is according to the DWI laws in New Mexico. Our Clear2DriveTM AAS 2.0 device exceeds the calibration stability requirements as set forth in the NHTSA Model Specifications under DWI New Mexico laws. You may be required to perform periodic breath tests while driving. However, a BAIID won’t ever stop your vehicle while you’re driving.