Your interlock licence conditions are that you:
After you have received advice that you have successfully completed your program, you can book an appointment at one of our Service Centres to have your Interlock Device removed.
It is possible to have your Interlock Device removed early without completing your interlock program. If you wish to take this option, you can book a removal appointment at your service centre and will be asked to complete an Interlock Removal Form. Keep in mind that the interlock condition will not be removed from your licence, and you will not be able to drive any car without an Interlock Device installed.
Although it is expected that you attend scheduled services in person every period, if this is not practical, there will be no sanctions if someone else attends in your place.
Two drivers with the Interlock ‘I’ condition on their licence are able to use the same vehicle in Queensland. Please check by contacting your local service agent or call 1300 256 900
After your first month service, your servicing requirement is every 3 months.
You can choose to service more frequently but you may incur additional costs and there is an increased risk of being extended in the program for missing a scheduled service.
Choosing how often to service your interlock
If you choose to get your interlock serviced more often:
Please be aware:
If you are moving from Queensland to another State or Territory, you will be withdrawing from the QLD Alcohol Ignition Interlock Program. Depending on the State or Territory you are moving to, you may or may not be able to get a licence. Discuss your options with the State or Territory to which you are moving.
If you are moving to Queensland and wish to convert your interstate interlock licence, you will still have an interlock condition on your new licence. To remove this condition, you will have to participate in the QLD Alcohol Ignition Interlock Program. Please call TMR on
13 23 80.
After you pass the initial test and the engine starts running, the device will continue to request breath samples randomly. The first random retest will occur between 3 – 10 minutes after starting the engine. After this the device will continue to request retests between 15 – 60 minutes after the previous random retest has been passed.
You will be given 7 minutes to safely pull over and provide a breath sample after each random/rolling retest is requested.
Participants with the following cards are entitled to a 35% discount on the monthly lease and installation.