If a driver who is under the age of 21 is arrested for a third or subsequent DUI (BAC of at least 0.08%), his or her license will be revoked for at least

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  • 2 years.
  • 3 years.
  • 6 months.

Explanation

If a driver under the age of 21 is arrested for a third or subsequent DUI within seven years of his or her first DUI, his or her license will be revoked for one year or until he or she turns 21, whichever is longer. If he or she is convicted of the charge, he or she will face the same criminal penalties as an adult driver: A fine of between $1,000 and $5,000; jail for between 90 days and 364 days; and installation of an ignition interlock device (IID) in every vehicle that he or she drives for at least five years. The IID will monitor the driver's blood alcohol content (BAC) and prevent the vehicle from starting if the driver's BAC exceeds a preset limit. If the driver's BAC was 0.15% or higher at the time of the offense, the penalties will be increased. ,

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