What are the civil penalties for an Aggravated DWI?

An Aggravated DWI carries civil penalties which may include a $250 per year DMV assessment for three years and a $395 court surcharge.
The offender will be required to install an Ignition Interlock Device (IID) in the car that he or she owns or operates during probation or the conditional discharge period. An IID is a mechanism to prevent drinking and driving. Before the car starts, this device requires the driver to breathe into it so that it can analyze his or her blood alcohol level. If the level is high, the car will not start. Once the device is installed, it cannot be removed for at least 6 months. All charges for installation and maintenance are the offender’s responsibility.