Kansas Administrative Regulations

Regulation Number:92-56-5
Agency Title: KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Article Title: Ignition Interlock Devices
Tax Type:Vehicles
Brief Description:Revocation of certification.
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92-56-5. Revocation of certification; penalties. (a) A certification for any ignition interlock device may be revoked for any of the following reasons:
(1) The device fails to comply with specifications or requirements provided by the division.
(2) The manufacturer, the manufacturer’s representative, or the manufacturer’s service provider has failed to make adequate provisions for the service of the device, as required by K.A.R. 92-56-2, K.A.R. 92-56-4, and K.A.R. 92-56-6.
(3) The manufacturer has failed to provide statewide service network coverage or 24-hour, seven-day service support, as required by K.S.A. 8-1016(a)(3) and amendments thereto and K.A.R. 92-56-2(a)(4) and (j).
(4) The manufacturer is no longer in the business of manufacturing ignition interlock devices.
(5) The manufacturer or the manufacturer’s representative fails to comply with the reporting and testing requirements of K.A.R. 92-56-4.
(6) The manufacturer, the manufacturer’s representative, or the manufacturer’s service provider fails to comply with K.A.R. 92-56-7.
(7) The manufacturer, the manufacturer’s representative, or the manufacturer’s service provider fails to promote, implement, and sustain the indigent program required by K.A.R. 92-56-2(f).
(8) The manufacturer, the manufacturer’s representative, or the manufacturer’s service provider fails to have a fixed location in every state judicial district on and after January 1, 2015, as required by K.A.R. 92-56-2(j).
(9) The manufacturer, the manufacturer’s representative, or the manufacturer’s service provider compels a driver to travel out of state to receive services, in violation of K.A.R. 92-56-4(h).
(b) Each manufacturer’s device certification shall be subject to suspension, revocation, nonrenewal, or cancellation if the division determines that the manufacturer or its representatives have violated any requirement in this article.
(c) In lieu of revoking a manufacturer’s device certification, the director may require a manufacturer to terminate its relationship with a service provider. (Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 8-1016; effective Oct. 23, 1989; amended July 5, 2002; amended May 2, 2014.)