It isn't the Dept of MV specifically who is making this rule, but rather they're abiding by the legislative enactments currently in place which mandate the ignition interlock after someone has been found guilty of an impaired driving offence. This law has been found to be constitutional, so it is legal to make ignition interlock mandatory in such cases.
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