Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD)
Requires courts to impose suspensions for BAC ARDs based on the following BAC ranges:
- Less than .10% - no suspension,
- .10% to less than .16 - 30 day suspension, or
- .16% and above - 60 day suspension
A huge number of anti DUI laws and regulations have been produced through MADD's efforts, such as the following. (provded by the DMV)
Individuals suspended for driving a vehicle not equipped with an ignition interlock device or driving under a DUI-related suspension, with a BAC of .02% or greater cannot receive credit for their suspension until jail time has been served.
-Effective February 1, 2004
Drivers who receive a second or subsequent DUI violation on or after September 30, 2003, can no longer serve an additional one year suspension in lieu of obtaining an ignition interlock device. Drivers are required to install ignition interlock on all vehicles owned (including leased) before driving privileges can be restored.
-Effective September 30, 2003