|Action Summary||The bulk of the proposed changes to Virginia's Ignition Interlock Regulations reflect procedures already being practiced in the Commonwealth, and language edits for clarification purposes. More flexibility is proposed for the Commission on VASAP to modify and randomize the times of ignition interlock rolling retests as well as alter customer service requirements in the event of declared federal or state emergencies. The routing of administrative fees paid by the ignition interlock service providers to the VASAP system is changed.|
|Chapters Affected||Only affects this chapter.|
|Exempt from APA||
No, this action is subject to Article 2 of the Administrative Process Act, but it is not subject to the full executive branch review process.
Reason: The Commission is a legislative agency, and thus the action is exempt from executive branch review.
|RIS Project||Yes |
Is Federal action a driving factor in this regulatory change? If so, please provide a specific reference to the law, regulation
or court case.
|New Periodic Review||This action will not be used to conduct a new periodic review.|
|Name / Title:||Richard L. Foy / Field Services Specialist|
Commission on VASAP
1111 E. Main St., Ste. 801
Richmond, VA 23219
|Phone:||(804)786-5895 FAX: ()- TDD: ()-|