What If I Refuse The Test?

If you refuse to submit to the state’s test, none should be given except in the case of a serious accident, where the state may decide to force you to take a test even if you want to refuse. If you refuse to submit to a chemical test, then the state will take action to revoke your driver’s license for a period of up to three years. The time of revocation varies. For the first revocation, it is six months with the possibility of modification to allow you to drive with an interlock device on your vehicle. For the second revocation within five years, it is a one-year revocation that cannot be modified. For the third revocation within five years, it is a three-year revocation that cannot be modified for the first year, and then only if you put an interlock device on your vehicle.