Part I.  General Provisions


   291E-1 Definitions

   291E-2 Medical services

   291E-3 Evidence of intoxication

   291E-4 Convictions and acts prior to January 1, 2002

   291E-5 Ignition interlock user affordability

   291E-6 Ignition interlock devices; certification

 291E-6.5 Continuous alcohol monitoring device; requirement;


   291E-7 Trauma system surcharge


        Part II.  Testing and Implied Consent

  291E-11 Implied consent of operator of vehicle to submit to

          testing to determine alcohol concentration and drug


  291E-12 Persons qualified to take blood specimen

  291E-13 Additional tests

  291E-14 Consent of person incapable of refusal not withdrawn

  291E-15 Refusal to submit to breath, blood, or urine test;

          subject to administrative revocation proceedings

  291E-16 Repealed

  291E-17 Other evidence not excluded

  291E-18 Test results to be collected

  291E-19 Authorization to establish intoxicant control

          roadblock programs

  291E-20 Minimum standards for roadblock procedures

  291E-21 Applicable scope of part; mandatory testing in the

          event of a collision resulting in injury or death

  291E-22 Presence of drugs or metabolic products;



        Part III.  Administrative Revocation Process

  291E-31 Notice of administrative revocation; effect

  291E-32 Criminal prosecution

  291E-33 Probable cause determination; issuance of notice of

          administrative revocation; procedures

  291E-34 Notice of administrative revocation; contents

  291E-35 Immediate restoration of license

  291E-36 Documents required to be submitted for

          administrative review; sworn statements

  291E-37 Administrative review; procedures; decision

  291E-38 Administrative hearing; procedure; decision

  291E-39 Fees and costs

  291E-40 Judicial review; procedure

  291E-41 Effective date, conditions, and period of

          administrative revocation; criteria

  291E-42 Notice to other states

  291E-43 Administrative procedure act

  291E-44 Repealed

291E-44.5 Ignition interlock permits; driving for employment

  291E-45 Eligibility for relicensing and reregistration

          of motor vehicle

291E-45.5 Repeat intoxicated driver after December 31, 2010;

          eligibility to obtain motor vehicle registration

          and number plates

  291E-46 Computation of time

  291E-47 Failure to surrender number plates

  291E-48 Special motor vehicle registration

  291E-49 Transferring title to, or ownership interest in,

          vehicle prohibited; exceptions

  291E-50 Notice to the department of land and natural

          resources of suspensions and revocations of

          operating privileges


        Part IV.  Prohibited Conduct

  291E-61 Operating a vehicle under the influence of an


291E-61.5 Habitually operating a vehicle under the influence

          of an intoxicant

291E-61.6 Petition for ignition interlock instruction permit

          and ignition interlock permit; eligibility;


  291E-62 Operating a vehicle after license and privilege have

          been suspended or revoked for operating a vehicle

          under the influence of an intoxicant; penalties

  291E-63 Records of suspensions and revocations of operating

          privileges to be maintained

  291E-64 Operating a vehicle after consuming a measurable

          amount of alcohol; persons under the age of


  291E-65 Refusal to submit to testing for measurable amount

          of alcohol; district court hearing; sanctions;

          appeals; admissibility

  291E-66 Circumvention of, or tampering with, an ignition

          interlock device by a person who has been

          restricted to operating a vehicle equipped with an

          ignition interlock device; penalties

  291E-67 Assisting or abetting the circumvention of, or

          tampering with, an ignition interlock device;


  291E-68 Repealed


Case Notes


  The completion of certain administrative driver's license revocation office forms by defendant and subsequent transmittal of the forms by a civilian police officer for the Navy to the office did not violate the Posse Comitatus Act as (1) the enforcement of Hawaii state law against military personnel on a military base does not infringe on civil authority, and (2) a primary purpose for the completion and transmittal was established; thus, suspension of defendant's license affirmed.  110 H. 172, 130 P.3d 1037.


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