If the device records no BAC violations in the final 3 months of the program, your interlock device can be removed. If the device records one BAC violation you may still be eligible for removal of interlock depending on approval from the registrar. If 2 or more BAC violations are detected the interlock device will not be removed. You will be informed of the expected length the program will be extended for.
If in the first 2 months of your monitored period you have no violations recorded, the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will send you a letter notifying you that you may book a removal date after your final service. If, on the date of the removal, you have no new recorded violations, the removal will take place. If you have 2 or more recorded violations the removal will not take place.
The servicing period may be extended to two months if no violations have been recorded in the previous two months. If violations are recorded in this extended service period, the servicing period will be reverted to 30 days. The service period extension is not available in the final 3 months of the program.
• Pensioner Concession Card
• Centrelink Health Care Card
• Department of Veterans Affairs Gold Card endorsed as:
- TPI (totally and permanently incapacitated)
- EDA (extreme disablement adjustment)
- War widow or war widower.