Good news for first time offenders.

Tessmer Law offices has recently learned that drivers who receive 90 day prohibitions under the IRP  (Immediate Roadside Prohibition) provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act for blowing a “Fail” in the Roadside Screening Device are no longer getting the automatic requirement to take the Responsible Drivers Course, or install the Interlock Device on their vehicle for one year.  Instead the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles (and his delegate reviewing officers) are deciding on a case by case basis as to whether to require these extra remedial steps be taken to ensure the public’s safety from drinking drivers.  This is good news for drivers who do not have a history of 24 hour suspensions, or other drinking driving history.

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