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11.11.13.00.htm 11.11.13.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 11 MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION ― ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES Chapter 13 Ignition Interlock Program Authority: Transportation Article, §12-104(b) 16-205.1, 16-404.1, and 21-902.2, Annotated Code of Maryland
11.11.13.01.htm 11.11.13.01. 01 Purpose.. The Ignition Interlock System Program established by the Administration under Transportation Article, §16-404.1, Annotated Code of Maryland, requires certain individuals who are convicted of a certain offense under certain circumstances to participate in the Program, requires certain individuals to participate in the Program as a condition of modification of a license suspension or revocation, and allows certain individuals with an alcohol-relate
11.11.13.02.htm 11.11.13.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Administration" means the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration.. 2) "Approved service provider" or "service provider" has the meaning stated in Transportation Article, §16-404.1, Annotated Code of Maryland.3) "BAC" means the breath alcohol concentration determined by a breath analyzer that measures the amount of alcohol in an individual's breath.4) "Ignition interlock de
11.11.13.03.htm 11.11.13.03. 03 Requirements for Enrollment in the Program.. A. To enroll as a participant in the Program, an individual shall:. 1) Have a valid Maryland license that is not currently suspended, revoked, cancelled, or refused in this or any other state;2) Notify the Administration, in writing, of the individual's choice to participate in the Program;. 3) Have an interlock device installed in the individual's vehicle by an approved service provider;. 4) Surrender all Maryland
11.11.13.04.htm 11.11.13.04. 04 Violations of the Program.. A. A participant is in violation of the Program requirements if the individual:. 1) Receives a suspension, revocation, refusal, or cancellation of the individual's driving privilege;2) Has the interlock device installed in a vehicle with an expired or invalid registration;. 3) Removes the interlock device without prior approval from the Administration;. 4) Operates a vehicle without an ignition interlock device installed in the vehicle;.
11.11.13.05.htm 11.11.13.05. 05 Removal from the Program.. A. The Administration may remove a participant from the Program and reinstate the original suspension or revocation if the Administration finds any violation of the Program requirements set forth in Regulation .04 of this chapter.B. The Administration may extend the participant's required period of participation in the Program by 30 days instead of removal for a violation set forth in Regulation .04 of this chapter.C. The Administration sha
11.11.13.06.htm 11.11.13.06. 06 Response to Notice of Violation.. The Administration may determine that a violation did not occur on receipt of verified documentation or other information satisfactory to the Administration from:A. The participant, within 15 days of the notice of violation date, explaining why the participant contends the violation was not committed; orB. The participant's interlock service provider, indicating a reported violation resulted from a malfunction of the installed
11.11.13.07.htm 11.11.13.07. 07 Hearing Rights.. A. An individual participating in the program who is notified by the Administration that the individual will be removed for violations of the Program under this chapter, may:1) Request a hearing on the suspension or revocation resulting from the removal from the Program; and2) Have the suspension held in abeyance pending the outcome of the administrative hearing.. B. The interlock unit shall remain installed in the vehicle until a final decision is rendered at th
11.11.13.08.htm 11.11.13.08. 08 Referral to Medical Advisory Board.. This chapter does not limit the Administration's authority to:. A. Refer a participant to the Medical Advisory Board; or. B. Require that a participant in the Program be actively enrolled in or have completed a certified alcohol treatment or substance abuse program.
11.11.13.09.htm 11.11.13.09. 09 Successful Completion.. A. An individual has successfully completed the Program when:. 1) The participant satisfactorily fulfilled all the conditions for participation in the Program; and. 2) The Administration is in receipt of the Service Provider Certification as required in Transportation Article, §16-404.1(n) Annotated Code of Maryland.B. A person who successfully completes the Program will receive credit towards future participation in the Program arising fr
11.11.13.9999.htm 11.11.13.9999. Administrative History Effective date: November 3, 2008 (35:22 Md. R. 1958). Regulation .01 amended as an emergency provision effective October 1, 2011 (38:21 Md. R. 1275) amended permanently effective December 12, 2011 (38:25 Md. R. 1582)Regulation .02B amended effective October 1, 2016 (43:19 Md. R. 1073) October 1, 2019 (46:19 Md. R. 815)Regulation .03 amended as an emergency provision effective October 1, 2011 (38:21 Md. R. 1275) amended permanently effective
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