If you have just been charged with your first DUI in the state of Illinois, then you automatically qualify for Secretary of State Jesse White’s MDDP program. This program gives drivers of Illinois the opportunity to operate motor vehicles starting 30 days after their drivers license suspensions as long as the drivers agree to have an ignition interlock device installed in their vehicles.
And as long as you meet the requirements that have been established by the Secretary of State, you will be able to drive 24/7 with this device in your vehicle. To learn more about this program and the requirements that it has, consider the sections below.
There are a few requirements that all Illinois drivers must meet in order to enjoy the benefits of the MDDP program. And if you receive an application based on preliminary eligibility, the following must still be verified by the Secretary of State:
In order to apply for the driving permit program, you will have to provide certain pieces of information to the SOS, including:
Once all of the above has been provided on the proper application, you must mail it to:
Illinois Secretary of State,
211 Howlett Bldg.
Springfield, IL 62756