How to Satisfy Your IID Requirement:
- Confirm your IID requirement date with Driver and Motor Vehicles (DMV).
- Select one of the Oregon qualified companies.
- Tell the IID company your requirement date and if you have been convicted of DUII or are in a Diversion Agreement.
- Follow the rules.
- Receive a No Negative Certificate at the end of your requirement.
- Contact DMV to ensure your IID requirement is lifted.
- Once all steps are complete, schedule a removal with your IID company.
Know the Rules:
- To start your vehicle, provide a passing breath sample.
- Additional samples must be provided within 10 minutes.
- You have 10 minutes to provide a passing sample if the device records and alcohol violation.
- The vehicle is required to have regular device servicing.
For more information about the rules, view our Oregon Ignition Interlock Device Program Brochure.
Diversion and Conviction Flow Chart
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How long do I have to have an IID?
A: Diversion drivers have a minimum 1 year requirement. Conviction drivers have a minimum 1, 2, or 5 year requirement. These requirements remain on your driving record until a No Negative Report is properly processed.
Q: What is a No Negative Report?
A: A No Negative Report is a review of the device logs to ensure there are no violations. This review is normally the last 90 days of your requirement.
Q: Can I get my device out early?
A: Diversion drivers are allotted the opportunity to petition to the court for an early removal of their year requirement by receiving a 6 month No Negative Report. Conviction does not have an early removal opportunity.
Q: I don’t have a vehicle. Do I still need an IID?
A: An IID is required for any vehicle you operate on a public roadway. This includes rentals, friends or family cars. The requirement will remain on your driving record until a No Negative Report is processed.
Q: How much does an IID cost?
A: The overall cost of an IID is a combination of services provided, such as, installation, calibration and removal. Pricing varies from company to company. To find out how much an IID costs, you must contact the companies.
Q:Do you monitor the interlock?
A: Yes. The interlock manufacturer is required to send reports of your interlock usage electronically to DMV. If those reports indicate a failure to comply with interlock requirements, tampering, circumvention, or certain other violations, you will receive notification from DMV extending your original interlock requirement.
Q: Why must there be a camera and GPS installed?
A: The camera must be mounted to the vehicle in such a way to maximize an image of the front driver and passenger seats. The device camera must capture a photo in each of the following circumstances: when a breath sample is requested; when a breath sample is submitted, when a test violation or device circumvention is recorded as described in ORS 813.599 and OAR 257-100-0050.
Q: Is the Camera taking a video of me?
A: No, the device camera must capture a still photo in each of the following circumstances: when a breath sample is requested, when a breath sample is submitted, when a test violation or device circumvention is recorded in accordance with ORS 813.599 and OAR 257-100-0050.