ALCOHOL OR DRUG IMPAIRMENT
Impaired Driver Intervention Programs
265-A:42 Attendance at Impaired Driver Education Course Required.
I. The director shall not restore the license or driving privilege of any person whose license or privilege has been revoked or suspended pursuant to RSA 265-A:2, I or 265-A:3 if the person has not completed a department of health and human services approved impaired driver education program within the past 5 years, completed an alcohol and drug abuse screening, and if testing demonstrates the likelihood of a substance use disorder, a substance use disorder evaluation, and complied with the service plan developed from the substance abuse disorder evaluation by the IDCMP, furnished proof of completion of a department of health and human services approved impaired driver education, and paid all relevant program fees.
II. The impaired driver education program operating the course shall report completion of the course to the impaired driver care management program.
Source. 2006, 260:1. 2008, 256:8, 9. 2010, Sp. Sess., 1:23. 2012, 228:9, eff. Jan. 1, 2013.