Fiscal Note - State of Utah - 2011 General Session
SB0077 - Ignition Interlock System Amendments
State Government (UCA 36-12-13(2)(b)):
Enactment of this bill will cost the Department of Public Safety Driver License Division $140,500 one-time from the Transportation Fund Restricted - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account in FY 2012, $147,600 in FY 2013, and $140,600 ongoing beginning FY 2014. The bill will increase state revenues to the Transportation Fund Restricted - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account within the Department of Public Safety Driver License Division by $192,200 annually beginning FY 2013.
|State Budget Detail Table||FY 2011||FY 2012||FY 2013|
|Transportation Fund Restricted||$0||$0||$192,200|
|Transportation Fund Restricted||$0||$147,600||$147,600|
|Transportation Fund Restricted||$0||($7,100)||$0|
|Net Impact, All Funds (Rev.-Exp.)||$0||($140,500)||$44,600|
|Net Impact, General/Education Funds (Rev.-Exp.)||$0||$0||$0|
Local Governments (UCA 36-12-13(2)(c)):
Enactment of this bill likely will not result in direct, measurable costs for local governments.
Direct Expenditures by Utah Residents and Businesses (UCA 36-12-13(2)(d)):
Ignition interlock providers and installers will be required to become certified to operate in Utah and will pay the $100 and $30 fees for provider and installer certifications respectively. There are 10 providers and 53 installers and the fees they pay annually will amount to $2,600 in state revenues beginning FY 2013. There will be 12,641 suspensions annually beginning FY 2013. It is anticipated that 50% will pay the reinstatement fee, generating $189,600 in state revenues beginning FY 2013. Drivers who become Ignition Interlock Restricted Drivers as defined in 41-6a-518.2 will be required to have an Ignition Interlock System installed in their vehicle to reinstate their driver license and will pay an upfront installation fee of approximately $75 and monthly maintenance fees to the provider of approximately $75 per month for a period of 18 months to 3 years, depending on the type of offense.
|2/22/2011, 11:48:52 AM, Lead Analyst: Ricks, G./Attny: SCH||Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst|