Pennsylvania has new rules when it comes to people convicted of DUI.

As of Friday 8/25/17, the commonwealth's new ignition interlock law went into effect. The new law will require first time DUI offenders, who have a blood alcohol content of at least .10 to have an ignition interlock system installed in their vehicle. Previously, drivers would have had their license suspended for one year.

PA law had required the devices for repeat DUI offenders, but this new law requires first-time offenders to have the interlock system for 12 months. They cost about $100 a month.

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