SB 1021 Not Moving Forward This Year


SB 1021 (authored by Steven Bradford; Democratic Senator; District 35) will not be moving forward this year.

Existing law, until January 1, 2026, requires a person, upon a conviction for DUI with a prior conviction for DUI, as specified, to install and maintain an ignition interlock device (IID) for a specified period of time. Existing law also authorizes a court, upon the first criminal conviction of a person for DUI, to order the person to install and maintain an IID for a specified period of time, or, if the court does not order the installation of such a device, authorizes the person to apply for a restricted license.

This bill would have placed specified recordkeeping requirements upon manufacturers of IIDs. This bill would also have extended the required term of IID installation by 60 days if, within the final 60 days of installation, a driver attempts to start the vehicle when a specified level of alcohol is detected.

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