Wyoming Legislation

Year of last legislative change: 2019
Year of last revision to administrative code: Awaiting data
Most challenging aspects associated with introducing and passing interlock legislation:
Changes for program improvement being pursued: Awaiting data
Who is eligible for an interlock in your state according to legislation (Data provided by CIIM):
Repeat impaired drivers, High BAC (.10-.18) impaired drivers
Can impaired drivers 'wait out' their interlock requirement:
Is an interlock required on test refusal:

Program Authority

Type of program: Administrative
Agency/agencies with authority over the interlock program:
Department of Motor Vehicles
Agency/agencies with authority over participant monitoring:
Department of Motor Vehicles
Agency/agencies with authority over sanctioning interlock program participants:
Department of Motor Vehicles
Agency/agencies with authority to approve devices:
Department of Motor Vehicles
Training available for judges, law enforcement, and lawyers:
Training is done at the law enforcement academy for the DUI portion of their training, we’re still in the works of getting more education available. Resources are limited, the Deputy Program Manager is the only person available to train so it is difficult to provide it sometimes. However, any requests received for education are always accommodated.

Program Features

Hardship license available to first offenders: Yes
Hardship license available to repeat offenders: Yes
Hardship license (First offenders, Repeat offenders, All): All
Lookback period: Awaiting data
Source of funding: Awaiting data
Indigent funding is available to participants: Yes
Qualification requirements for indigent funding: Participation in SNAPs
Frequency of interlock device service: Initial 30 days, then every 60 days
Participation Rate


Participation Rate: 35%
Number of interlock program participants in 2019: 501-1,000
Indicator used to determine the number of participants in the interlock program (e.g., certificate of device installation, certificate of device removal):
Ignition Interlock Restricted License
Indicator(s) used in state as the best measure(s) of the eligible population of offenders for the interlock program to determine the program participation rate:
Number of impaired driving convictions
Penalties for non-compliance: Awaiting data

Program Length

Length of Hard Suspension

1st offenders: 3 months
2nd offenders: 12 months
3rd offenders: 36 months
4th and subsequent offenders: Awaiting data

Interlock Program Length

1st offenders: 6 months
2nd offenders: 12 months
3rd offenders: 24 months
4th and subsequent offenders: Lifetime


Program length is extended for non-compliance: No
Length of extension for non-compliance: Awaiting data
Program length is reduced for compliance: Yes
Length of reduction for compliance: Number of dates from interlock installation to conviction date
Frequency of sanctions imposed for non-compliance: Never
Program exit requirements: Awaiting data


Treatment is required for the interlock program: Yes
Components applied to treatment: Yes

Data Collection & Management

Agency responsible for collecting data: Awaiting data
Overview of Data Management: Awaiting data
Barriers to data collection: Awaiting data
Vendors in State

Vendor Oversight

Number of Vendors in State: 5
Agency responsible for vendor oversight: Department of Motor Vehicles
Approval process for new vendors: It is an application process; vendors must submit documents proving they are up to the current NHTSA standards as well as set up a web service for data loggers.
Vendor recertification: Awaiting data
Interlock technology features (Data provided by CIIM): None
Radius requirement for service centers: No
Radius requirement: Awaiting data