The Administrative Driver's License Revocation Office (ADLRO) is responsible for:
WHO TO CONTACT FOR INFORMATION
Derek D`Orazio - 534-6800
Nicole Morrison - 534-6800
NOTICE: The following subsections of the Hawaii Revised Statutes (“HRS”) were amended pursuant to Act 40 of the Session Laws of Hawaii, Regular Session of 2015 and will take effect on January 1, 2016. All persons holding an Ignition Interlock Permit as of January 1, 2016 may be affected by these amendments. Please consult with legal counsel if you have any questions. The ADLRO does not provide legal advice.
1. HRS §286-118.5 (c) states: “A holder of a valid ignition interlock permit may take any tests necessary to apply for relicensing no sooner than thirty days prior to expiration of the revocation period; provided that the driver’s license shall not be issued until the completion of the revocation period.”
2. HRS §291E-62 (a) (4) states: “No person whose license and privilege to operate a vehicle have been revoked, suspended or otherwise restricted pursuant to this section or to part III or section 291E-61 or 291E-61.5, or to part VII or part XIV of chapter 286 or section 200-81, 291-4, 291-4.4, 291-4.5, or 291-7 as those provisions were in effect on December 31, 2001, shall operate or assume actual physical control of any vehicle…[w]ith an ignition interlock permit unless the person has the ignition interlock permit and a valid State of Hawaii identification card in the person’s immediate possession.”
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