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If you plan to install an IID in a vehicle that you do not own, written and notarized permission for the ignition interlock installation must be completed by the vehicle's titled owner.
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Once ordered to install an IID by a court, an IID shall be installed in any vehicle owned (titled, registered & insured) and/or operated within in ten business days of the conditional discharge or sentence of probation or release from incarceration. Even if you are given a stay on your driver's license suspension/revocation, an IID needs to be installed during this aforementioned timeframe if you plan to drive your vehicle.
The following vendors are qualified IID installers in the State of New York: Draeger, Consumer Safety Technology (Intoxalock), #1 A Lifesaver and Smart Start. After selecting your vendor, call to set up an account and they will schedule your initial appointment with a service provider closest to you.
There are three different IID classes: Class I, Class II and Class III-all of which are accepted by the Livingston County Probation Department.
You are responsible for delivering the vehicle(s) equipped with the IID to the installer for the inspection and calibration checks as required by the installer.
You must submit Financial Disclosure Report to the sentencing court. If the court determines you are unable to afford the fees/charges associated with the installation or maintenance of an IID, or you are able to make partial payment, your Orders and Conditions of Conditional Discharge Related to the Ignition Interlock Device must be submitted to your IID vendor to receive your reduction in payment.
You shall not request, solicit or allow other person(s) to blow into the IID, or start the motor vehicle with the device, for the purpose of providing you with an operable motor vehicle.
The Livingston County Probation Department is required to notify the sentencing court and district attorney of the following violation events:
The Livingston County Probation Department is required to notify the Court and District Attorney’s Office regarding any violation events. At that time the sentencing court may summon you to court to question you about the violation event, or choose to take no further action.
For the duration of your sentence. However, the IID restriction may be terminated prior to the end of your sentence, if the device has been installed and successfully maintained in a vehicle for at least six months. Please be advised, an individual under probation supervision that is required to install an IID has more restrictions than an individual who has been sentenced to a conditional discharge to include an IID. For example, when sentenced to a probation sentence an individual has to successfully drive with an IID for at least six months prior to being considered eligible to remove the IID.
If/when you have successfully completed your required IID period, the Livingston County Probation Department will submit a request to your sentencing court requesting removal of your IID. If the request is denied, you will be required to maintain your IID for the remainder of your sentence, at which time the Livingston County Probation Department will provide you paperwork to remove you IID. If your request is approved, the Livingston County Probation Department will provide you with the IID removal paperwork.
When it is time to remove your IID, the Livingston County Probation Department will send your IID vendor paper work authorizing the deinstallation of your IID and you will also be provided with a copy of such. To have the IID restriction removed from your license, you will need to present the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles with this form prior to removing your device.
***It should be noted, if your final download is unviewable to the installer OR includes any positive alcohol readings the device should remain installed until further notice from the sentencing court and/or the Livingston County Probation Department.
If you were sentenced to a conditional discharge and you did not own or operate a vehicle throughout your conditional discharge period, you will be provided documentation at the end of your sentence which you will need to present to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles to have the IID restriction removed from your license.
If you were sentenced to probation supervision and you did not own or operate a vehicle throughout your probation sentence, you will be provided documentation at the end of your sentence which you will need to present to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles to have the IID restriction removed from your license. It should be noted you will not be given permission to remove your IID unless all money has been paid to the Livingston County Probation Department.