After you have completed the minimum alcohol interlock period with no violations, you can apply to have the Interlock condition removed from your licence. When the condition has been successfully removed you can then book an appointment at your service centre to have the device removed from your vehicle.
VicRoads managed participants have a minimum alcohol interlock period of six months. After this period, you can apply for removal of the condition either through AIMS or by contacting the Support Centre for the VAIP on 1300 723 790.
Court managed participants will have their own minimum interlock period that is ordered by the Court. This can be found on your Licence Eligibility Order (LEO). To remove the alcohol interlock condition you must apply directly to the Magistrates' Court for an Interlock Condition Removal Order (ICRO) hearing. This process required planning ahead to obtain all required documents. More information can be found on the magistrate's court website
For court managed Participants, after you have received your Interlock Condition Removal Order and obtained a full licence, you can book an appointment at one of our Service Centres to have your Interlock Device removed.
For VicRoads managed Participants, once you have received your full licence, you can book a removal appointment.
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 legally drive any car without an approved Interlock Device installed.
Provided that you drive the vehicle at least twice a month, another person can attend the scheduled service in your place.
In Victoria, extension of the monthly service period can only be granted by VicRoads in special or extenuating circumstances.
If you wish to convert your interstate interlock licence to a Victorian licence, you will still have an interlock condition on your licence. To remove this condition, you will have to participate in the Victorian Alcohol Interlock Program.
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