Kan. Admin. Regs. § 92-56-4 - Installation, inspection, and calibration standards

(a) Each ignition interlock device installed at the direction of the division shall be done at the driver's own expense, except as allowed by K.A.R. 92-56-2.
(b) A manufacturer shall ensure that each service provider meets the following requirements:
(1) Install each device in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Each service provider shall, within two weeks of installation, inform the division each time a device has been installed;
(2) install each device so that the device will be deactivated if the driver has a BrAC of .03 or higher until a successful retest occurs;
(3) set each device so that if the driver fails the initial ignition interlock device test, a retest cannot be done for 15 minutes;
(4) set each device so that a rolling retest will be required of the driver of the vehicle within 10 minutes of starting the vehicle. Subsequent rolling retests shall occur as described in K.A.R. 92-56-1. The driver shall have five minutes to complete the retest. The free restart shall not be operative when the device is waiting for a rolling retest sample;
(5) calibrate each device at least every 30 days at the driver's own expense and maintain an inspection and calibration record with the following information:
(A) The name of the person performing the calibration;
(B) the date of the inspection and calibration;
(C) the method by which the calibration was performed;
(D) the name and model number of the device calibrated;
(E) a description of the vehicle in which the device is installed, including the license plate number, make, model, year, and color; and
(F) a statement by the service provider indicating whether there is any evidence of circumvention or tampering; and
(6) set each device so that a lockout will occur no later than seven days after any of the following events occurs:
(A) The 30-day calibration and service requirement has been reached;
(B) five or more violations are recorded;
(C) the emergency bypass procedure has been used;
(D) a hardware failure or evidence of tampering is recorded; or
(E) the events log has exceeded 90 percent of capacity.
(c) Each driver restricted to driving a vehicle equipped with an ignition interlock device shall keep a copy of the inspection and calibration records in the vehicle at all times. The manufacturer shall retain the original record for each current driver for one year after the device is removed. The manufacturer shall notify the division within seven days after a device has been serviced due to a lockout that occurred for any of the reasons specified in paragraph (b)(6)(D).
(d) The service provider shall enable each device's anticircumvention features when installing a device and keep the features enabled during the ignition interlock device period. Within two business days, a service provider shall notify the division of any evidence of tampering or circumvention. The evidence shall be preserved by the manufacturer or the manufacturer's representative until otherwise notified by the division.
(e) The division may conduct or have conducted independent checks on any of the approved ignition interlock devices to determine whether the devices are operating in a manner consistent with the manufacturer's specifications, manufacturer's certifications, or these regulations. The director may require the manufacturer or the manufacturer's representative to correct any abnormality found in the installation, calibration, maintenance checks, or usage records of the device. The manufacturer and the manufacturer's representative shall report in writing to the division within 30 days after receiving notification of any abnormality. In conducting these checks, the manufacturer shall install the device in a vehicle chosen by the division, and the manufacturer shall waive any costs to the division for the installation, calibration, or testing of the device.
(f) Each manufacturer shall ensure that its service providers meet all of the following requirements:
(1) Follow certified manufacturer's standards and specifications for service associated with the manufacturer's state-approved ignition interlock device;
(2) have the skills, equipment, and facilities necessary to comply with all of the certification and operational requirements specified in this article;
(3) comply with any division reporting requirements; and
(4) have a fixed site to provide each driver with access to an enclosed building that is open for business and has a separate waiting area.
(g) Each manufacturer shall provide the division with written evidence of that manufacturer's statewide network of service providers within seven days of a request by the division. Written evidence shall include lease and ownership documents associated with each manufacturer's service providers in the required state judicial districts.
(h) A manufacturer, manufacturer's representative, or service provider shall not compel any driver to travel out of Kansas to receive services.
(i) A manufacturer shall not permit its service provider to install any device in that service provider's vehicle for the purpose of satisfying K.S.A. 8-1014, and amendments thereto.
Kan. Admin. Regs. § 92-56-4
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 8-1016; effective Oct. 23, 1989; amended July 5, 2002; amended May 2, 2014; amended by Kansas Register Volume 34, No. 53; effective Jan. 15, 2016.


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