How To Use The "Employer Exemption" For The Ignition Interlock

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After a DUI case is resolved, many times there is the requirement that a person only drive a vehicle equiped with an ignition interlock.  There is one exception to this rule.  If an employer signs a specific form called the Employer Exemption, then the restricted driver may operate work vehicles during work hours.  

The Most Up To Date Form

The form must be the one created by the Washington State Department of Licensing, attached below. It needs to be signed by a supervisor with the authority to sign it and returned to D.O.L.  While the ignition interlock restriction is in place, always keep a copy of this form on you while you are driving a work vehicle without the ignition interlock.   

Please click below to access the Employer Exemption Form.