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28-1465 - Rulemaking; ignition interlock service providers; and manufacturers civil penalty
28-1465. Rulemaking; ignition interlock service providers; and manufacturers civil penalty
The director shall adopt rules pursuant to title 41, chapter 6 as the director deems necessary for the administration and enforcement of this article, including a rule that permits the director to impose a civil penalty against a manufacturer of a certified ignition interlock device or an ignition interlock service provider who fails to properly report ignition interlock data to the director in the manner prescribed by the director. Any monies collected from civil penalties imposed for a failure to report ignition interlock data shall be deposited in the driving under the influence abatement fund established by section 28-1304.