All holders of a Vermont Ignition Interlock Restricted License (RDL) or Ignition Interlock Certificate (IIC) must have a camera-equipped ignition interlock device installed in the vehicle. When contacting an installer (or the manufacturer), you must inform them that Vermont requires a camera-equipped device. If you do not have a camera-equipped device, you will not be allowed to drive the vehicle until a camera-equipped device is installed.
An Ignition Interlock Device Restricted License (RDL) allows you to drive non-commercial vehicles equipped with an ignition interlock device (IID), while your Vermont license is suspended or revoked for an alcohol-related driving under the influence offense. You are granted a conditional reinstatement ahead of your normal eligibility date if you participate in the Ignition Interlock Program.
When you commit traffic violations you will receive points on your driving record. If you accumulate 10 points or more within 2 years, you will be suspended.
Driving privileges will not be reinstated until you have satisfied all reinstatement requirements and received written notification of reinstatement from the Department of Motor Vehicles. Important: Vermont law does NOT provide for a "hardship" or "work license".