1. If the department revokes a person's motor vehicle license or nonresident operating privilege under this chapter, the department shall assess the person a civil penalty of two hundred dollars. The money collected by the department under this section shall be transmitted to the treasurer of state who shall deposit one-half of the money in the separate fund established in section 912.14 and one-half of the money shall be deposited in the general fund of the state. A motor vehicle license or nonresident operating privilege shall not be reinstated until the civil penalty has been paid.
2. If the department or a court orders the revocation of a person's motor vehicle license or nonresident operating privilege under this chapter, the department or court shall also order the person, at the person's own expense, to do the following:
a. Enroll, attend, and satisfactorily complete a course for drinking drivers, as provided in section 321J.22.
b. Submit to evaluation and treatment or rehabilitation services.
The court or department may request that the community college conducting the course for drinking drivers which the person is ordered to attend immediately report to the court or department that the person has successfully completed the course for drinking drivers. The court or department may request that the treatment program which the person attends periodically report on the defendant's attendance and participation in the program, as well as the status of treatment or rehabilitation.
A motor vehicle license or nonresident operating privilege shall not be reinstated until proof of completion of the requirements of this subsection is presented to the department.
86 Acts, ch 1220, § 17; 87 Acts, ch 232, § 24; 87 Acts, ch 234, § 113; 89 Acts, ch 317, § 37; 91 Acts, ch 258, §50; 93 Acts, ch 110, § 1; 95 Acts, ch 143, §6; 97 Acts, ch 177, §17
Referred to in § 321J.3, 321J.22
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