Access information about what conditions will apply to you if you’re on the program, as well it's length and how to apply for exemptions.
The Mandatory Alcohol Interlock Program – Participants Guide has all information relevant to being on the program.
The guide provides information on the four steps to being on the MAIP, concessions and exemptions and other frequently asked questions regarding the program.
The program applies to you if you’re convicted of:
If you’re on the MAIP, a breath testing device (interlock) will be connected to your vehicle’s ignition and an I-Condition will be placed on your licence. This will require you to:
It will cost you approximately $3000-$3500 to participate in the program.
The minimum program duration is 15 months (made up of a learning period of nine months, and a demonstration period of six months).
To get off the program, you need to record 0 lockouts in the demonstration period (the last 180 days of being on the program), so that we know that you’ve been able to separate your drinking from your driving.
We’ll let you know when your I-Condition has been revoked (when you can drive without and interlock and get your interlock removed).
Yes, but the car won’t start if you record a blood alcohol content reading of 0.02 or more.
If the driver has an I condition on their licence they must have a blood alcohol content of 0.00.
If you’re moving to Tasmania, you’ll need to start your learner and demonstration periods again (minimum of 15 months). Please contact the Driver Licensing Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.