You are responsible for the cost of the ignition interlock device unless you have been found indigent by the judge in the court that found you guilty of DUI or other charge requiring you to use an ignition interlock device.
If you have been found indigent you can request that the State of Tennessee Department of Treasury pay for your ignition interlock device.
Reimbursable services include:
We do not administer the Electronic Monitoring Indigency Fund (EMIF), that is done by the Department of Treasury. We cannot assist with any part of the EMIF application process.
(615) 401.6803 (fax)
Division of Claims and Risk Management
502 Deaderick Street
A copy of the Uniform Affidavit of Indigency form is attached at the end of this article.
Tips you should know when completing the Uniform Affidavit of Indigency form:
- Always complete all requested information on the Affidavit of Indigency form. Incomplete forms may be denied by the Tennessee Department of Treasury.
- Make sure all personal information on the Affidavit of Indigency form matches your personal information on the Order for Restricted License form.
- Make sure the Court Case Docket No. on the Affidavit of Indigency form matches the Court Case Docket No. on the Order for Restricted License form.
- All completed Affidavit of Indigency forms must be submitted to your ignition interlock device manufacturer.