You Must Have a Class D Driver’s License
Video Transcribed: Who is eligible for the IDAP program after a DUI or APC arrest? I’m Oklahoma lawyer, James Wirth. We’re talking about the impaired driver accountability program that helps you maintain your driving privileges after a DUI or APC, and who ultimately is eligible for that.
So if at the time of the DUI arrest or APC arrest you had a valid driver’s license, there are no other whole older issues with your license, then you may be eligible to do the IDAP program.
Additionally, you cannot have a CDL. You must have a Class D driver’s license, which means a regular driver’s license, not a CDL, not a commercial driver’s license.
You must have the ability to get an interlock device installed in your vehicle, so a vehicle that you can do that with, and you must have a vehicle that is working that you can and actually drive, and you must have actually had the ability to blow.
Sometimes people have health issues that may prevent them from blowing hard into the breathalyzer interlock device. If that’s the case, that may be difficult for you to complete the program, so you may want to know about that upfront.
But if you have all those things together, then the IDAP program may be a good option for you to avoid a revocation of your driving privileges after a DUI or APC, while also keeping the public safe and that’s the idea of this, is to streamline the court processes, keep the public safe, and allow people to be productive members of society by being able to drive, to continue to work, things like that.
If you’ve got additional questions about DUI, APC, or IDAP program, you’re going to want to talk to an Oklahoma attorney about that privately confidentially to get that scheduled. You can go online to makelaweasy.com.