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All about the ignition interlock device

If you have ever heard about the ignition interlock device, it's likely because you have been charged with driving under the influence. This device, most simply put, is one that stops a vehicle from turning on if the driver has been drinking alcohol. It is typically issued by the court for drivers who have had multiple offenses related to drunk driving. Let's take a look at the ignition interlock device.

Legal drugs could lead to DUI charges

While DUI charges typically refer to driving under the influence of alcohol, it is very important to remember that being under the influence of any drug can lead to an arrest. Alcohol may be the most common drug, the one that is the most easily accessible, but it's not the only thing that changes your ability to drive a motor vehicle.

Increased police patrols along US 301 nets 15 DUI arrests

During the first few months of 2018, Maryland State Police (MSP) increased their presence along the Prince George's County portion of U.S. Route 301. They hoped that by tripling of their presence along that stretch of the highway, they would see a reduction in the number of collisions resulting in either injuries or deaths in the area.

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