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20. When would I need to apply for an amended ignition interlock permit (IIP) and/or an amended employee driver’s permit (EDP)?

Posted on Jan 13, 2017 in

There are two primary reasons why you would need to apply for an amended IIP and/or an amended EDP: 1.) your underlying revoked driver’s license expires prior to the end date of your revocation period; or, 2.) the end date of your revocation period has been extended due to temporary permit(s) issued allowing you to drive during the revocation period (see question # 5 above).  EDPs also need to be amended if employers, vehicles and/or other conditions change.

Regular IIPs and EDPs are only issued for a certain duration, which is the shorter of your revocation end date or the expiration date of your underlying revoked driver’s license. If you have an IIP and/or EDP and your driver’s license expiration date is prior to the end date of your revocation, you will need to apply for an amended IIP and/or an amended EDP after you get the expiration date of your revoked driver’s license extended at DMV (Driver’s Licensing).  Contact DMV (Driver’s Licensing) to get the expiration date of your revoked driver’s license extended for IIP and/or EDP purposes prior to the expiration of your IIP and/or EDP, and then apply for an amended IIP and/or an amended EDP with the ADLRO.  Required forms to apply for an amended IIP and/or amended EDP are available on this website.

If you have an IIP and/or EDP and the end date of your revocation gets extended for any reason, you must reapply for an amended IIP and/or amended EDP to also extend the end date of your IIP and/or EDP.  Otherwise, your IIP and/or EDP will expire prior to the end date of your revocation.  Required forms to apply for an amended IIP and/or amended EDP are available on this website.